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Anonymous
Re: Revision Hip surgery
Tue Jan 2, 2018 5:08pm
50.125.228.138

you might want to check the Queen Mum. She had two hip replacements in her 90s.

I am only 79 - had four hip surgeries last year - 2 debridement for an infection, then removal for several months and the final replacement was the fourth surgery. I have just graduated from walker to occasional cane use -

Issues were - the surgery to remove the original prosthesis was very long because of the hard cement used on the original replacement (1976). I am unable to perform all of the exercises since with the long ago first surgery there was no PT. My muscles simply now refuse any taylor motion.

I had a brief problem after the removal surgery(the third one) with fluid retention and lung congestion - very quickly and efficiently handled by the hospital doctors. All of these last surgeries had hospital stays of 3 days with a visit to a rehab center after the first. That was both unpleasant had a poor outcome. The subsequent rehabs were done at home with the assistance of a daughter who lives with me.

  • Revision Hip surgeryNicholas Melbourne, Tue Jan 2 2:43am
    I am 90 years old.Had a Partial Hip Replacement(HEMIARTHROPLASTY) in1998.The Ball of the RHS femoral was smashed after a nasty fall.The Thompson?brand solid metal prosthesis was cemented in.It is... more
    • Re: Revision Hip surgeryAnonymous, Sun Jan 7 7:24pm
      You really are going to have to discuss this with your surgeon to see if your body can deal with the rigors of surgery. If no one will operate on you, this is pretty much a moot point. If your body... more
    • Re: Revision Hip surgery — Anonymous, Tue Jan 2 5:08pm
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