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We are well established manufacturers and exporters of a wide range of hip prosthesis that are manufactured in compliance with various industrial standards and are offered at industry leading prices as well. These hip prosthesis are available in both non-sterilized and sterilized finishes for meeting different requirements. Our process expertise also allows us to deliver in these hip prosthesis customized changes as demanded by the surgeons. These hip prosthesis are available in seven different models namely as:
- Thompson femoral head standard stem non sterile
- Austin moore femoral head standard stem non sterile
- Austin moore femoral head long stem non sterile
- Bipolar modular cup collarless - gamma sterile
- Bipolar modular femoral stem - gamma sterile
- Femoral stem round black gamma sterile
- Internal head diameter 22 mm gamma sterile
In the recent decades, various progressions in hip substitution have been created and various kinds of prostheses are obtainable. They may comprise an amalgamation of plastic (conventional hip) and metal.
The metals utilized are either titanium alloy or cobalt-chrome alloy. These are "excellent metals" originally designed for the industry of aerospace and at present adapted for orthopedics. The plastic utilized is a elevated-thickness plastic polymer known as polyethylene. Further, the kind of prosthesis utilized for surgery is observed by the surgeon and is depends on various factors like weight, body structure, height and age.
A conventional complete hip substitution exercises a ball of metal in a plastic cavity for movement. While it has superior background for durability and prolonged life span, the plastic erodes with every single step and can cause to ultimate slacking of the hip substitution. This activity can take up to two decades and is not an issue for majority of patients.
Conventional Hip utilizing 28 MM ball, which is approved by FDA.
Components for Conventional Overall Hip Substitution
Nevertheless, adolescent patients may require their hip to stay protracted. To generally mark this problem, we employ a socket and ball of metal-on-metal, which greatly minimizes wear rates. In laboratory imitations, the abrade pace of metal-on-metal is 1000 times less than that of conventional metal on plastic.
At the same time, metal-on-metal do not possess the evidenced track information of metal on plastic, it is thought that it has power to stay protracted than the conventional hip substitutions. This process has been utilized properly for recent two years with precise early outcomes.