- 1 Which piece of equipment would not typically be used during a knee arthroscopy?
- 2 What materials are used by orthopedic surgeons?
- 3 Which procedure is used to correct impingement?
- 4 What is the primary reason for performing a total joint arthroplasty?
- 5 Will walking on a torn meniscus make it worse?
- 6 What are the complications of arthroscopy?
- 7 What metal is used for bone plates?
- 8 What metal is used in surgeries?
- 9 What type of metal is used for bone repair?
- 10 Does impingement need surgery?
- 11 What exercises should I avoid with shoulder impingement?
- 12 What are the best exercises for shoulder impingement?
- 13 Which joint in the human body is most commonly replaced?
- 14 Which metal is used for artificial joints in human body?
- 15 Is arthroplasty a major surgery?
Which piece of equipment would not typically be used during a knee arthroscopy?
Notes from ST for the ST
|Which piece of equipment would not typically be used during a knee arthroscopy?||insufflator|
|What can be used as an allograft for an ACL reconstruction?||Tibialis anterior|
|Which procedure is performed to correct impingement syndrome?||acromioplasty|
What materials are used by orthopedic surgeons?
Materials commonly used in orthopedic products include metals and metal alloys, biostable plastics, bioabsorbable polymers, biocomposite polymers / ceramics, bioceramics, collagen, and extracellular matrices.
Which procedure is used to correct impingement?
In the most common surgical treatment, a minimally invasive procedure called subacromial decompression, the goal is to relieve the compression on the rotator cuff and bursas by creating more space between the humeral head and the acromion.
What is the primary reason for performing a total joint arthroplasty?
A joint can be restored by resurfacing the bones. An artificial joint (called a prosthesis) may also be used. Various types of arthritis may affect the joints. Osteoarthritis, or degenerative joint disease, is a loss of the cartilage or cushion in a joint, and is the most common reason for arthroplasty.
Will walking on a torn meniscus make it worse?
People usually feel pain, but can still walk. Sometimes swelling also occurs and it may get worse over time. You also might feel your knee getting stiffer.
What are the complications of arthroscopy?
The possible complications following a knee arthroscopy include:
- Thrombophlebitis (clots in a vein)
- Artery damage.
- Excessive bleeding (haemorrhage)
- Allergic reaction to the anaesthesia.
- Nerve damage.
- Numbness at the incision sites.
- Ongoing pain in the calf and foot.
What metal is used for bone plates?
Pure Titanium metal is also one of the most widely chosen materials for the bone – plates, because of its excellent biocompatibility and corrosion resistance. The ductility of titanium is less compared to SS, because of its hexagonal crystal structure.
What metal is used in surgeries?
The most commonly used metals in surgery are surgical stainless steel and titanium. Surgical stainless steel is a term used to label particular grades of stainless steel that are commonly used in biomedical appliances.
What type of metal is used for bone repair?
The implants used for internal fixation are made from stainless steel and titanium, which are durable and strong. If a joint is to be replaced, rather than fixed, these implants can also be made of cobalt and chrome. Implants are compatible with the body and rarely cause an allergic reaction.
Does impingement need surgery?
The most common cause is impingement, which means the rotator cuff is pinching between two bones in the shoulder. Impingement may occur when the tendon is inflamed, weak or even torn. Most impingement does not require surgery, certainly not as a first option.
What exercises should I avoid with shoulder impingement?
During your recovery from shoulder impingement, you should avoid any activities that involve throwing, especially with your arms overheard, such as tennis, baseball, and softball. You should also avoid certain types of weightlifting, such as overhead presses or pull downs.
What are the best exercises for shoulder impingement?
Book a FREE 30 minute session
- 1 – Scapula retraction and depression. This is a simple exercise and is best described as countering hunched shoulders.
- 2 – Scapula push and pull up. First, start with a scapula pull.
- 3 – Internal rotation laying down.
- 4 – External rotation laying down.
- 5 – PNF.
Which joint in the human body is most commonly replaced?
Hip and knee replacements are the most commonly performed joint replacements, but replacement surgery can be performed on other joints, as well, including the ankle, wrist, shoulder, and elbow.
Which metal is used for artificial joints in human body?
The stem portion is generally made of a strong, corrosion resistant metal such as titanium, or cobalt and chromium alloys. The rest of the joint may be fashioned from a combination of high-density plastics, metal alloys, or ceramics. Knee joints are likewise often made from titanium and ceramics.
Is arthroplasty a major surgery?
Arthroplasty is major surgery and recovery will take a month or more.