Useful end result and well being associated high quality of life after twin mobility cup whole hip substitute for displaced femoral neck fractures in center aged Egyptian sufferers.
Damage. 2018 Jan 08;:
Authors: Rashed RA, Sevenoaks H, Shabaan AM, Choudry QA, Hammad AS, Kasem MS, El Khadrawe TA, El Dakhakhny MM
AIM: This examine was finished to evaluate the practical and medical outcomes after one yr of cemented THR with twin mobility cup for the remedy of fracture neck femur in energetic middle-aged sufferers in Egypt (Center Jap inhabitants).
PATIENTS AND METHODS: This examine included 31 sufferers (32 hips) with displaced femoral neck fractures that had been admitted to El Hadara College Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt. Their imply age was 66.four?±?5.9?years. Fifteen sufferers had been females. All of the sufferers had been handled with whole hip substitute utilizing a cemented twin mobility cup (Ecofit® 2?M, Implantcast GmbH, Germany) whole hip substitute via the usual posterior method. Useful evaluation was finished utilizing Harris Hip Rating (HHS), SF-36 questionnaire for well being associated high quality of life (HRQoL) with help of a physiotherapist.
RESULTS: The imply HHS improved over the comply with up interval from 79.04?±?7.9 at 12 weeks to a median of 92.eight?±?11.1 at 1?yr comply with up. HRQoL measures confirmed a sample of preliminary drop at three months postoperatively, then a gradual rise to be restored at 1?yr as in comparison with the preoperative baseline measures. There have been no dislocations encountered on this collection over one yr comply with up. The next issues had been encountered; 1 deep an infection, 2 deep vein thrombosis, 2 heterotopic ossifications, and 1 affected person died inside one yr after surgical procedure.
CONCLUSIONS: Twin mobility cup whole hip substitute is a suitable technique for remedy of displaced femoral neck fracture in energetic center aged sufferers in Egypt because it offers ache reduction and good perform with out compromising the steadiness.
PMID: 29370886 [PubMed – as supplied by publisher]