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Hip Replacement
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70,000
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What is Hip Replacement and who can perform?

Hip Replacement is a surgical procedure that restores damaged or fractured hip joint activity and functions by replacing it with artificial parts called prosthetics. Hip replacement helps in treating bone diseases like Osteoarthritis and Osteonecrosis. It improves patient quality of life.

Hip replacement is of two types and they are:

  1. Bilateral Hip replacement
  2. Unilateral Hip Replacement 


An Orthopedic Surgeon can perform Hip Replacement.


What are the applications of Hip Replacement?

Applications of Hip Replacement are the following:

  1. Improves ability to walking
  2. Restores the movement and activity of hip
  3. Improves the quality of life for all ages of patients with restricted hip movement
  4. Reduces pain while walking or running
  5. Faster recovery


What are the reasons to get Hip Replacement?

To get Hip Replacement, the following may be the reasons:

  1. Severe hip fracture
  2. Septic arthritis
  3. Bone dysplasia (unusual bone growth)
  4. Perthes disease
  5. Rheumatoid arthritis
  6. Deformed hip joint with pain and loss of cartilage
  7. Ankylosing spondylitis


What are the preparations required for Hip Replacement?

  1. The health condition of the patient may be checked by the doctor before undergoing Hip Replacement.
  2. The doctor may suggest undergoing a few lab tests and other examinations
  3. About the risks, complications, and uses of Hip Replacement should be discussed with the doctor.
  4. The patient should inform about past and present medical and medication history to the doctor.
  5. The patient should sign a consent form before undergoing this surgery.


What is the stepwise procedure for performing Hip Replacement?

Hip Replacement involves the following steps:

  1. The patient will be under general anesthetic effect and do not feel any kind of pain.
  2. The damaged bone and cartilage in the hip joint will be removed by the surgeon.
  3. By cutting the femoral head, worn out ball-and-socket hip joint is removed.
  4. The new ball-and-socket part [hip joint] replaces the damaged socket part.
  5. To remove all the fluids from the site of surgery, a drain is used.
  6. The muscles are reattached and the incision is closed.


What is the post-surgery care taken for patients?

  1. Restrict physical activities like exercises, yoga, running, etc.
  2. Walk daily for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Make follow-up visits to the doctor to remove sutures.
  4. Do not lift heavyweights.
  5. If the pain and swelling are present even after the surgery, then take the medications provided by the doctor.


How much amount should I pay for Hip Replacement in Delhi?

Charges for Hip Replacement in Delhi may change depending on the factors such as:

  1. Health condition of the patient
  2. Type of implants used
  3. The admission room that you opted for
  4. Type of hospital
  5. Surgeon fee
  6. Age of the patient
  7. Type of surgery planned to be performed.
  8. Admission fee
  9. Any other lab tests or examination tests such as X-ray, ECG, etc 


Minimum price in Delhi starts from Rs.70,000

Average expenses in Delhi is approximately Rs.3,05,696

Maximum cost in Delhi rises up to Rs.8,00,000 


Expenses for Bilateral Hip Replacement surgery in Mumbai may be around Rs.6,30,000

In Mumbai, amount to be paid for Unilateral Hip Replacement Surgery may be around Rs.3,67,500


Is Hip Replacement a major surgery or minor surgery?

Hip Replacement is major surgery as it involves replacing the damaged hip joint with an artificial man-made prosthesis.


What is the criteria required for the patients to undergo Hip Replacement?

  1. Individuals suffering from severe pain at the hip joint region.
  2. People whose daily activities are affected by bone-related diseases like osteoarthritis and osteonecrosis.
  3. Patients who are unable to walk or decreased walking due to hip joint stiffness.
  4. People with damaged hip-joint.


Who cannot undergo Hip Replacement?

  1. Patients suffering from pain and swelling at the hip joint region and can be decreased or reduced with the help of medications or other options such as cortisol injection or joint supplements, etc.
  2. Individuals with a weak health condition.


What are the risks and complications of Hip Replacement?

Hip Replacement has the following risks and complications:

  1. Change in the length of the leg
  2. Infection at the site of surgery
  3. Hip joint dislocation
  4. Blood clot formation
  5. Nerve damage at the site of the surgery


What is the time required to complete Hip Replacement?

Hip Replacement may take about 60-90 minutes to complete.


What is the complete recovery time from Hip Replacement?

To recover from Hip Replacement, the patient may take around 3-6 weeks.


What is the success rate of Hip Replacement?

A few factors may determine the success rate of Hip Replacement and they are:

  1. Type of implants used
  2. Patient age
  3. Type of surgery performed
  4. Experience of the surgeon
  5. Medical condition of the patient

However, the success rate of Hip-Replacement maybe 90% to 95%.


Does a patient experience any pain during Hip Replacement?

As the patients who are undergoing this surgery will be under the anesthetic effect and can not sense any kind of pain during the surgery process.


Is Hip Replacement a permanent surgery?

This surgery is permanent as it involves placing artificial implants at the site of the damaged hip joint.


What can be the long-term effects of Hip Replacement?

  1. Improves walking ability
  2. Provides better quality of life to the patient
  3. Reduces pain in the joint
  4. Improves hip joint motion range


Is it possible to be detected in the future?

Due to the presence of scars at the site of surgery, Hip Replacement can be detected in the future.


What can be done if Hip Replacement fails?

In case of a failed Hip Replacement, the doctor may suggest undergoing revision surgery.


What are the alternative methods for Hip Replacement?

Other options for Hip Replacement are the following:

  1. Resection arthroplasty [Girdlestone procedure]
  2. Joint supplements
  3. Non-inflammatory medicines
  4. Cortisone injections
  5. Hip osteotomy
  6. Hip fusion [Arthrodesis]
  7. Hip resurfacing