Biomechanical failure scenarios for cemented total hip replacement
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Biomechanical failure scenarios for cemented total hip replacement een wetenschappelijke proeve op het gebied van de Medische Wetenschappen by Nicolaas Jacobus Joseph Verdonschot

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Published by [s.n.] in [Netherlands] .
Written in English

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Doctoral thesis presented at the Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, 1995.

Statementdoor Nicolaas Jacobus Joseph Verdonschot.
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Number of Pages157
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Open LibraryOL16023090M
ISBN 109090086498

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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link); http Author: N.J.J. Verdonschot. The publications of these projects resulted in my Ph.D. degree in on a thesis entitled “Biomechanical Failure Scenarios for Cemented Total Hip Replacement“. Subsequently I was promoted to Assistant Professor and was appointed to be Director of . Verdonschot N. Biomechanical failure scenarios for cemented total hip replacement. PhD Thesis, Catholic University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Google ScholarCited by: Verdonschot N. () Biomechanical failure scenarios for cemented total hip replacement. PhD-dissertation, Institute of Orthopaedics, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. J Bone Jnt Surg, 81B(6), Inauguration Verdonschot, N. (). Reizen van techniek naar kliniek.

  Biomechanical information is critical in the design of the implants used in total hip arthroplasty in order to maximize the restoration of hip function while minimizing the risk of implant failure. The goals of total hip arthroplasty are to reduce pain, to restore function, and occasionally to reduce deformities in the hip by: Biomechanics of Hip Arthroplasty These high forces can be a factor in the failure scenario. a slightly superior, posterior and medial HRC after total hip replacement can be associated. M. WyattSurvival outcomes of cemented compared to uncemented stems in primary total hip replacement World J. Orthop., 5 (), p. , /wjo.v5.i Google ScholarCited by: Hip Joint the fi rst half of the 20th century, a total hip replacement was designed and used in patients; however, the initial results were not completely satisfactory. The main concerns at that time, besides the implant design, were the surface bearing materials of the.

The topic of his thesis was biomechanical failure scenarios for cemented total hip replacement. For this thesis, he was awarded with the promotion award of the World Biomechanics Foundation. His background is in Mechanical Engineering: he received the degree from the University of Twente, The Netherlands in Cited by: 1. Introduction. Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA) is an established and effective treatment for osteoarthritis (OA). In Germany there are more than , THA interventions per year (in ) carried out, and more t secondary revision interventions per year were rmore, THA has been performed on a large number of patients by: 3. failure. The next-generation cemented. The objective of the study was to compare static biomechanics in total hip replacement to the ones obtained preoperatively and in the contralateral hip.   True biomechanical Failure in hip replacement  Defined as revision or potential revision due to aseptic loosening as the end point.  Failure usually do not occur after well performed surgery for years in most cases where implant selection, implant orientation and patient selection is right.  Hip prostheses function well for up to 20 years in 80% of patients, with failure rates of .