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Knee Arthroplastie 3
by admin

Knee arthroplasty or knee replacement surgery has developed to its present advanced stage over the last few decades. This is mainly due to technical advances and better understanding of knee pathophysiology and functions.
Knee arthroplasty involves removal of the damaged worn or diseased knee joint with an artificial joint or a prosthetic implant.

WHY IS KNEE ARTHROPLASTY NEEDED?
The most common reason for performing a knee arthroplasty is joint arthritis.
The number of total knee replacements is on the rise with more than 70,000 knee replacements being carried out in England and Wales each year. The majority of patients who need and undergo such operations are over 65 years of age. Once replaced, the new knee will last for at least 15 to 20 years, especially if taken good care of. (1-5)

TYPES OF KNEE REPLACEMENT
There are 3 types of knee replacement –

Unicompartmental knee replacement or Partial knee replacement – This means a replacement of a single compartment of the knee. This can be either the inner part of the knee (medial) or the outer part (lateral).It is preferred in patients with osteoarthritis who have one part of the knee damaged by disease. It is not
suitable for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) which usually affects the whole joint.

Unconstrained bicompartmental knee replacement or Total knee replacement-
This is the commonest method of total knee replacement. The lower end of the thigh bone is replaced by a prosthetic made up of metal (titanium or cobalt/achromium-based alloys) that is similar to the bone it replaces. The top part of the shin bone that forms the lower end of the knee joint is made of a plastic (polyethylene) cushion and a stem that joins with the shin bone or tibia below.
The artificial joint functions like a normal knee joint.

Constrained bicompartmental knee replacement – This surgery is performed in bone tumors and is rare. Here the artificial joint is fixed and so does not move or bend like a normal joint.

CHOICE OF PROSTHETIC DEVICE
There are over a hundred different knee replacement designs the surgeons may choose from. A complete prosthesis now weighs about 15 to 20 ounces. Some
factors that determine choice of the prosthetic device include age and weight of the patient. Desire for a certain level of activity, quality of life, health and cost of the prosthesis are other determinants.

REASONS FOR KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY
Reasons to opt for knee replacement surgery include:
osteoarthritis (commonest indication)
rheumatoid arthritis
haemophilia or bleeding disorder
other types of arthritis
gout
bone cancers and tumors

PRIOR TO SURGERY
Before surgery the knee is examined and imaging studies like X rays, MRI and arthroscopic studies of the knee joint are advised. The choice of the prosthetic and extent of surgery is based on the results of these studies. In case of a joint infection, blood vessel disease knee arthroscopy cannot be performed.

HOW IS KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY PERFORMED?
Knee replacement surgery is performed under regional anethesia. Commonly epidural anesthesia is employed where the anethetic injection is made in the
spine over the lower back and this renders the patient numb to pain below the walst. A cuff like tourniquet is placed over the thighs just before the incision.
When inflated this aids in reducing the blood flow to the operative site and reduces the risk of bleeding. An eight to twelve inch incision is made in the front or side of the knee. The muscles are cut open and the joint cavity is exposed.

The damaged parts of the joint including the lower part of the femur, upper part of the tibia are removed or sawed off. The new implants are sealed on the saved off edges with the help of bone cement.
Some implants are uncemented. These can be set over the edges of the sawed off bones in a press fit system. Prosthetic cartilage is placed between the prosthetic ends of the femur and tibia to aid normal movement of the knee.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY
Minimally invasive surgery as the name suggests involves a smaller incision of three to five inches. Here the surgeon works the implant through a smaller opening. This leads to less pain and more rapid recovery

AFTER SURGERY
After the surgery the tourniquet is removed or deflated. The incision and the operative site is checked for any bleeding points. The surrounding muscles and
ligaments are sewn back together and these provide stability to the joint and assistit in movement.
A small drainage tube is placed within the incision to drain of blood or excess fluids and the incision is sutured or stapled. The wound is dressed and the knee is cast in a splint to aid recovery.

RETURNING MOBILITY
Patients are encouraged to walk on the second postoperative day. Early movement and physiotherapy is recommended for rapid recovery. Early discharge is encouraged at between 5 days and 2 weeks.

COMPLICATIONS OF KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
Common complications of knee arthroplasty include infection, blood loss, pain, thromboembolism or formation of clots that may travel up to the lungs and brain
causing life threatening consequences. Other complications include nerve damage, damage to blood vessels, fractures, loosening of prosthesis etc.

SRC
www.nhs.uk/../Kneereplacementexplained.aspx
http://www.nwlh.nhs.uk/services/Resources/20_KNEE -_FINAL_VERSION.pdf
www.wwl.nhs.uk/_/FT2 Total_Knee_Replacement.pdf
health.cat/_/Knee%20Binder.pdf
www.patient.co.uk/…/…oint-Replacements-What-a-GP-Needs-to-know.htm

Last Updated: Jun 5, 2019

Knee Arthroplastie 2
by admin

Knee arthroplasty or knee replacement surgery has developed to its present advanced stage over the last few decades. This is mainly due to technical advances and better understanding of knee pathophysiology and functions.
Knee arthroplasty involves removal of the damaged worn or diseased knee joint with an artificial joint or a prosthetic implant.

WHY IS KNEE ARTHROPLASTY NEEDED?
The most common reason for performing a knee arthroplasty is joint arthritis.
The number of total knee replacements is on the rise with more than 70,000 knee replacements being carried out in England and Wales each year. The majority of patients who need and undergo such operations are over 65 years of age. Once replaced, the new knee will last for at least 15 to 20 years, especially if taken good care of. (1-5)

TYPES OF KNEE REPLACEMENT
There are 3 types of knee replacement –

Unicompartmental knee replacement or Partial knee replacement – This means a replacement of a single compartment of the knee. This can be either the inner part of the knee (medial) or the outer part (lateral).It is preferred in patients with osteoarthritis who have one part of the knee damaged by disease. It is not
suitable for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) which usually affects the whole joint.

Unconstrained bicompartmental knee replacement or Total knee replacement-
This is the commonest method of total knee replacement. The lower end of the thigh bone is replaced by a prosthetic made up of metal (titanium or cobalt/achromium-based alloys) that is similar to the bone it replaces. The top part of the shin bone that forms the lower end of the knee joint is made of a plastic (polyethylene) cushion and a stem that joins with the shin bone or tibia below.
The artificial joint functions like a normal knee joint.

Constrained bicompartmental knee replacement – This surgery is performed in bone tumors and is rare. Here the artificial joint is fixed and so does not move or bend like a normal joint.

CHOICE OF PROSTHETIC DEVICE
There are over a hundred different knee replacement designs the surgeons may choose from. A complete prosthesis now weighs about 15 to 20 ounces. Some
factors that determine choice of the prosthetic device include age and weight of the patient. Desire for a certain level of activity, quality of life, health and cost of the prosthesis are other determinants.

REASONS FOR KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY
Reasons to opt for knee replacement surgery include:
osteoarthritis (commonest indication)
rheumatoid arthritis
haemophilia or bleeding disorder
other types of arthritis
gout
bone cancers and tumors

PRIOR TO SURGERY
Before surgery the knee is examined and imaging studies like X rays, MRI and arthroscopic studies of the knee joint are advised. The choice of the prosthetic and extent of surgery is based on the results of these studies. In case of a joint infection, blood vessel disease knee arthroscopy cannot be performed.

HOW IS KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY PERFORMED?
Knee replacement surgery is performed under regional anethesia. Commonly epidural anesthesia is employed where the anethetic injection is made in the
spine over the lower back and this renders the patient numb to pain below the walst. A cuff like tourniquet is placed over the thighs just before the incision.
When inflated this aids in reducing the blood flow to the operative site and reduces the risk of bleeding. An eight to twelve inch incision is made in the front or side of the knee. The muscles are cut open and the joint cavity is exposed.

The damaged parts of the joint including the lower part of the femur, upper part of the tibia are removed or sawed off. The new implants are sealed on the saved off edges with the help of bone cement.
Some implants are uncemented. These can be set over the edges of the sawed off bones in a press fit system. Prosthetic cartilage is placed between the prosthetic ends of the femur and tibia to aid normal movement of the knee.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY
Minimally invasive surgery as the name suggests involves a smaller incision of three to five inches. Here the surgeon works the implant through a smaller opening. This leads to less pain and more rapid recovery

AFTER SURGERY
After the surgery the tourniquet is removed or deflated. The incision and the operative site is checked for any bleeding points. The surrounding muscles and
ligaments are sewn back together and these provide stability to the joint and assistit in movement.
A small drainage tube is placed within the incision to drain of blood or excess fluids and the incision is sutured or stapled. The wound is dressed and the knee is cast in a splint to aid recovery.

RETURNING MOBILITY
Patients are encouraged to walk on the second postoperative day. Early movement and physiotherapy is recommended for rapid recovery. Early discharge is encouraged at between 5 days and 2 weeks.

COMPLICATIONS OF KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
Common complications of knee arthroplasty include infection, blood loss, pain, thromboembolism or formation of clots that may travel up to the lungs and brain
causing life threatening consequences. Other complications include nerve damage, damage to blood vessels, fractures, loosening of prosthesis etc.

SRC
www.nhs.uk/../Kneereplacementexplained.aspx
http://www.nwlh.nhs.uk/services/Resources/20_KNEE -_FINAL_VERSION.pdf
www.wwl.nhs.uk/_/FT2 Total_Knee_Replacement.pdf
health.cat/_/Knee%20Binder.pdf
www.patient.co.uk/…/…oint-Replacements-What-a-GP-Needs-to-know.htm

Last Updated: Jun 5, 2019

Knee Arthroplastie
by admin

Knee arthroplasty or knee replacement surgery has developed to its present advanced stage over the last few decades. This is mainly due to technical advances and better understanding of knee pathophysiology and functions.
Knee arthroplasty involves removal of the damaged worn or diseased knee joint with an artificial joint or a prosthetic implant.

WHY IS KNEE ARTHROPLASTY NEEDED?
The most common reason for performing a knee arthroplasty is joint arthritis.
The number of total knee replacements is on the rise with more than 70,000 knee replacements being carried out in England and Wales each year. The majority of patients who need and undergo such operations are over 65 years of age. Once replaced, the new knee will last for at least 15 to 20 years, especially if taken good care of. (1-5)

TYPES OF KNEE REPLACEMENT
There are 3 types of knee replacement –

Unicompartmental knee replacement or Partial knee replacement – This means a replacement of a single compartment of the knee. This can be either the inner part of the knee (medial) or the outer part (lateral).It is preferred in patients with osteoarthritis who have one part of the knee damaged by disease. It is not
suitable for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) which usually affects the whole joint.

Unconstrained bicompartmental knee replacement or Total knee replacement-
This is the commonest method of total knee replacement. The lower end of the thigh bone is replaced by a prosthetic made up of metal (titanium or cobalt/achromium-based alloys) that is similar to the bone it replaces. The top part of the shin bone that forms the lower end of the knee joint is made of a plastic (polyethylene) cushion and a stem that joins with the shin bone or tibia below.
The artificial joint functions like a normal knee joint.

Constrained bicompartmental knee replacement – This surgery is performed in bone tumors and is rare. Here the artificial joint is fixed and so does not move or bend like a normal joint.

CHOICE OF PROSTHETIC DEVICE
There are over a hundred different knee replacement designs the surgeons may choose from. A complete prosthesis now weighs about 15 to 20 ounces. Some
factors that determine choice of the prosthetic device include age and weight of the patient. Desire for a certain level of activity, quality of life, health and cost of the prosthesis are other determinants.

REASONS FOR KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY
Reasons to opt for knee replacement surgery include:
osteoarthritis (commonest indication)
rheumatoid arthritis
haemophilia or bleeding disorder
other types of arthritis
gout
bone cancers and tumors

PRIOR TO SURGERY
Before surgery the knee is examined and imaging studies like X rays, MRI and arthroscopic studies of the knee joint are advised. The choice of the prosthetic and extent of surgery is based on the results of these studies. In case of a joint infection, blood vessel disease knee arthroscopy cannot be performed.

HOW IS KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY PERFORMED?
Knee replacement surgery is performed under regional anethesia. Commonly epidural anesthesia is employed where the anethetic injection is made in the
spine over the lower back and this renders the patient numb to pain below the walst. A cuff like tourniquet is placed over the thighs just before the incision.
When inflated this aids in reducing the blood flow to the operative site and reduces the risk of bleeding. An eight to twelve inch incision is made in the front or side of the knee. The muscles are cut open and the joint cavity is exposed.

The damaged parts of the joint including the lower part of the femur, upper part of the tibia are removed or sawed off. The new implants are sealed on the saved off edges with the help of bone cement.
Some implants are uncemented. These can be set over the edges of the sawed off bones in a press fit system. Prosthetic cartilage is placed between the prosthetic ends of the femur and tibia to aid normal movement of the knee.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY
Minimally invasive surgery as the name suggests involves a smaller incision of three to five inches. Here the surgeon works the implant through a smaller opening. This leads to less pain and more rapid recovery

AFTER SURGERY
After the surgery the tourniquet is removed or deflated. The incision and the operative site is checked for any bleeding points. The surrounding muscles and
ligaments are sewn back together and these provide stability to the joint and assistit in movement.
A small drainage tube is placed within the incision to drain of blood or excess fluids and the incision is sutured or stapled. The wound is dressed and the knee is cast in a splint to aid recovery.

RETURNING MOBILITY
Patients are encouraged to walk on the second postoperative day. Early movement and physiotherapy is recommended for rapid recovery. Early discharge is encouraged at between 5 days and 2 weeks.

COMPLICATIONS OF KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
Common complications of knee arthroplasty include infection, blood loss, pain, thromboembolism or formation of clots that may travel up to the lungs and brain
causing life threatening consequences. Other complications include nerve damage, damage to blood vessels, fractures, loosening of prosthesis etc.

SRC
www.nhs.uk/../Kneereplacementexplained.aspx
http://www.nwlh.nhs.uk/services/Resources/20_KNEE -_FINAL_VERSION.pdf
www.wwl.nhs.uk/_/FT2 Total_Knee_Replacement.pdf
health.cat/_/Knee%20Binder.pdf
www.patient.co.uk/…/…oint-Replacements-What-a-GP-Needs-to-know.htm

Last Updated: Jun 5, 2019

Summit Clinic collabore avec One Crans Montana pour vous proposer un service de transport privé, inclus dans le prix de votre intervention chirurgicale ou esthétique. Notre chauffeur vient vous chercher à votre domicile, que vous soyez à Crans-Montana, Genève ou à Milan, et vous ramène en toute sécurité après l’intervention.

Si vous le souhaitez, vous pouvez aussi loger dans un des appartements ou chalet luxes de One Crans Montana à un prix réduit dépendant de la période de l’année.

Cela vous intéresse, parlez-en aujourd’hui à notre bureau administratif au 027 486 80 90

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ETRIER
Dr. Philippe Magistretti
FMH médecin praticien / Médecine esthétique certifiée AAAM
Dr. Yohann Wary
Chrirugie plastique, reconstructive et esthétique
Dr. Michel Ribordy
FMH Chrirugie orthopédique
Dr. Véronique Bani
Médecine esthétique
Dr. Franck Chaumeil
Médecine générale
Dr. Michela Cramez
Gynécologie obstétrique
Dr. Alexander Diederichs
FMH Orthopépdie et traumatologie
Dr. Zana Fijan
Docteur en biologie / Biorésonance et nutrition
Dr. Jean-Luc Levy
FMH Dermatologie
Eric Sayag
Médecine générale
Antoine Stockhammer
Chirurgie digestive et vasculaire
Dario Bertossi
Chirurgie Maxilo-faciale et plastique du visage
Dr. Philippe Magistretti
FMH médecin praticien / Médecine esthétique certifiée AAAM
Dr. Yohann Wary
Chrirugie plastique, reconstructive et esthétique
Dr. Michel Ribordy
FMH Chrirugie orthopédique
Dr. Véronique Bani
Médecine esthétique
Dr. Franck Chaumeil
Médecine générale
Dr. Michela Cramez
Gynécologie obstétrique
Dr. Alexander Diederichs
FMH Orthopépdie et traumatologie
Dr. Zana Fijan
Docteur en biologie / Biorésonance et nutrition
Dr. Jean-Luc Levy
FMH Dermatologie
Eric Sayag
Médecine générale
Antoine Stockhammer
Chirurgie digestive et vasculaire
Dario Bertossi
Chirurgie Maxilo-faciale et plastique du visage
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- Pénoplastie
- Rajeunissement intime
- BodyTite®
- Abdominoplastie
- Liposuccion
- Mastopexie
- Mammoplastie
- NeckTite®
- Otoplastie
- Rhinoplastie
- Lifting facial
- Blépharoplastie

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- Aquagold
- Profhilo
- Skineclipse ®
- Onda
- Laser fractionné ResurFX™
- Emsculpt Neo®
- Acide Hyaluronique
- Mésothérapie / Microneedling
- Ulthérapie®
- Profacial®
- Greffe de cheveux DHI®
- Laser pigmentaire (IPL)
- Epilation Lightsheer®
- Perfusion de revitalisation
- Perfusion détox
- Cryothérapie
- Thérapie PRP
- Traitements radiofréquence
- Exokine®
- Laser vasculaire (couperose et varicosités)
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