Outcomes and Some Conditions for Total Hip Replacement (Hip Tuberculosis at Stage IV)

The purpose concerning this study search out describe the surgical consequences and necessities for total hip substitute lazy hip infection. We completed activity a almost-experimental study. The study contained 40 subjects with 42 alive infection finishing at stage IV treated by total new substitute from October 2016 to December 2019 at the National Lung Hospital. We analyzed the cases’ surgical results afterwards at least a old age of effect, checked the logistic regression reasoning of the determinants influencing these consequences. According to the surgical consequences, 37 patients (88.1%) had superior contemporary function, no abscesses, and no cavity tract composition. Sinus area formations were found in four cases (9.5%). They were joined to preoperative infection contamination syndrome, in accordance with twofold logistic regression reasoning. Total cool replacement is an productive and hopeful healing option for alive contemporary tuberculosis. Before operating a total trendy replacement, surgeons endure consider medicating their patients’ syndromes, bestowing them antitubercular drug, and operating an arthrotomy to drain all abscesses, and lower the risk of developing infection contamination syndrome and an angering backlash.

Author(s) Details:

Do Dang Hoan,
Department of General Surgery, National Lung Hospital, Vietnam.

Dao Xuan Thanh,
Department of Orthopaedic, Hanoi Medical University Hospital, Vietnam and Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam.

Nguyen Khac Trang,
Department of General Surgery, National Lung Hospital, Vietnam.

Ngo Van Toan,
Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam and Hanoi Medical University Hospital, Vietnam.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/CODHR-V9/article/view/9185

Keywords: Active hip tuberculosis, Stage IV, Total hip replacement

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