Hip Replacement

Hip replacement surgery is a operation where a damaged hip joint is replaced with a prosthetic. This surgery is helpful for people who experience pain, disability, or limited motion in the hip joint.Hip replacement surgery typically involves replacing the damaged hip joint with a prosthetic joint that is made from metal and plastic. The damaged joint is removed and replaced with the prosthetic joint. The surgery is typically done under general anesthesia and may take several hours.

The benefits of hip replacement surgery include decreased pain, improved mobility, and increased activity levels. Additionally, the surgery may help to improve the quality of life for individuals who have been experiencing pain and disability in the hip joint.

As with any major operation, there are risks associated with hip replacement surgery. These risks may include infection, bleeding, and blood clots. Additionally, the new joint may not function as expected.

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