The I Assist device was used for the first time in Chennai to perform two durable knee replacements for a woman. Knee replacements should now last for thirty five years. This device is a navigation tool to position implants accurately during a knee replacement. Correctly positioned implants will survive longer. E mail email@example.com.
Patients seeking a knee replacement can now now get a customized solution. Patient specific instruments facility at our center can increase the accuracy of this procedure. Operating time is reduced and efficiency will be increased. The additional cost will be around one thousand dollars for each knee.
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Indications for knee replacements in Young
Two models in town
Young patients suffering from Post traumatic arthritis, reumatoid arthritis can now benefit from Oxinium knees.
The Genesis II was the first model to be introduced. The Journey knee followed in July 2009.
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A RETIRED schoolteacher saved almost £5,000 by travelling thousands of miles to have knee surgery in an Indian hospital. Mary Carmichael, 69, from Stockton, could not face waiting months to have surgery on the NHS, so decided to make the 5,000-mile trip. Yesterday, surgeons at the hospital in Chennai, formerly Madras, reported that the grandmother was doing well. The operation to replace a knee joint, carried out by a UK-trained Indian surgeon, cost £2,800 compared to an estimated £8,000 it would have cost in the private sector in Britain. The total cost of Mrs Carmichael’s trip, including flights, meals and accommodation in a private room, was £3,300. The operation, which involved implanting an artificial knee joint using minimally invasive surgery, was carried out by UK-trained surgeon Mr AK Venkatachalam.