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March 6, 2016 Decreased opioid use prior to joint replacement surgery has been linked with improved patient satisfaction and outcomes, fewer complications and a reduced need for post-surgical opioids, according to two new studies.
They found nearly 59 percent of the patients (49,617) did not use opioids prior to surgery, while 41.4 percent did. The top three prescribed opioids were hydrocodone/acetaminophen, oxycodone/acetaminophen, and oxycodone.
In opioid … Read the rest
Outpatient orthopedic procedures gaining popularity on international level – Read Full Article Here
It is known by several names: same-day surgery, day-case surgery, ambulatory surgery and outpatient surgery. Whatever the name, outpatient orthopaedic surgery is now considered by many to be safe and feasible across an ever-widening array of joints replacement. Proponents of these procedures say they have the potential to increase patient comfort and satisfaction while improving hospital efficiency … Read the rest
The top of your cane should reach to the crease in your wrist when you stand up straight. Your elbow should bend a bit when you hold your cane. Hold the cane in the hand opposite the side that needs support.Walking
When you walk, the cane and your injured leg swing and strike the ground at the same time. To start, position your cane about one small … Read the rest
|Exercises from the
McMinn CenterMcMinn Centre Physio Brian demonstrates the exercises
recommended following your Birmingham Hip Resurfacing, Mid
Head Resection or Large Headed Total Hip Replacement
operation.*NOTE: These exercises are NOT
suitable for patients who have had small headed total hip
Includes the following exercises:
|By Dr. Scott Rubinstein August 25, 2007|
Here we are debating a question that has no clear cut answer. All
|Sports Activity After Total Hip Resurfacing
Original Link http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20223940?dopt=Abstract
March 11, 2010Banerjee M, Bouillon B, Banerjee C, Bäthis H, Lefering R, Nardini M, Schmidt J. Dreifaltigkeits-Krankenhaus and Cologne Merheim Medical Center. BACKGROUND: Little is known about sports activity after total hip resurfacing.
HYPOTHESIS: Patients undergoing total hip resurfacing can have a high level of sports activity. STUDY DESIGN: Case series; Level of evidence, 4.
METHODS: The authors
The suggested sexual positions explained below may help you avoid dislocating your new hip after hip resurfacing surgery.
It is always best to ask your own surgeon for specific information about when you are allowed to resume sexual activities and what specific activities are allowed after your hip resurfacing.Patient on bottom/partner on top… Read the rest