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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-438186


BACKGROUND:Knee society score of Peking Union Medical Col ege has been promoted and used in the 306th Hospital of PLA for 2 years and we have accumulated some clinical data. OBJECTIVE:To analyze the stability and feasibility for suitable clinical medical practice of knee society score of Peking Union Medical Col ege. METHODS:Fifty-five patients with osteoarthritis of the knee were included, and the patients were divided into three groups:the preoperative group;3 months postoperative fol ow-up group;6 months postoperative fol ow-up group. The measurement results obtained by the application of the scale were compared to those of the Western Ontario and McMaster Universityies Ostroarthritis Index, visual analog scale, and hospital for special surgery score, and then knee society score goodness-of-fit analysis was performed based on the structural equation model. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:Knee society score performance assessment of the signs and symptoms of osteoarthritis of the knee patients was positively correlated with the pain severity of visual analog scale score;the overal knee society score of the patients after 6-month fol ow-up was significantly improved compared with that before treatment. The knee society score after 3-and 6-month fol ow-up was significantly higher than that before treatment, and the score was quite with the hospital for special surgery score. The overal assessment of the knee society score after treated for 3 and 6 months was improved for more than grade Ⅰ, the visual analog scale score was decreased for more than 30%. The pain assessment items and physiological functional assessment items of Western Ontario and McMaster Universityies Ostroarthritis Index after 6-month fol ow-up were significantly better than those before treatment (Pgoodness-of-fit analysis showed that the scale had good goodness which had scientific nature and application value.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-548517


[Objective]To test and prove the mushroom shaped surface prosthesis of femoral head not only can be a weight-bearing device,but also could reduce stress-shelter and achieve long-term stability.[Method]A simplified three-dimensional model of femoral head was made.And the biomechanics of femoral head were compared by finite element analysis in two states:with and without the replacement.[Result]It showed that the maximum of strees in famoral head was less than 40Mpa,consequently the replacement had sufficient strength to meet its basic function.Furthermore,the prosthesis bear the force both at up part and down.Therefore it reduced stress-shelter.[Conclusion]This prosthesis can achieve immediate and long-term stability.And it provides new ideas for designing the femoral head resurfacing prosthesis.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-594992


Objective To address the medical problems, in treatment of avascular necrosis of the femoral head, on loosening and subsidence of the prosthesis of femoral head. A set of Mushroom Shaped Surface Prosthesis of Femoral Head was designed. Methods Based on biomechanical of the femoral head and the principle of transferring the force through femoral head while reducing stress-sheltered, nickel-titanium alloy and other new medical alloy materials were used to develop a prosthesis, which not only can be a weight-bearing device, but also promotes bone-growth. Results The prosthesis is novel, compact and little-volume, and the manipulation of surgery is convenient and secure. Conclusion The design of this prosthesis can provide new ways or ideas for designing the femoral head replacement prosthesis to solve problems on loosening and subsidence.

Article in Korean | WPRIM | ID: wpr-768504


The aims of the Tharies replacement are to preserve bone stock and provide a more physiological and anatomical replacement using eccentic shells with the hope that long term durability will be improved. 8 cases of THARIES replacement performed between 1981 and 1983 at Hanyang UniversityHospital were reviewed and analyzed by radiography and U.C.L.A. hip rating system. Follow-up ranged from 34 to 54 months and averaged 43.3 months. The result was relatively good in 6 cases except two cases of aseptic loosening without further progression.

Arthroplasty , Follow-Up Studies , Hip , Hope , Radiography