Both Knee Replacement
The benefits of Same-Day-Both-Knee Surgery are, that it takes you half the time to recover, from the knee surgery fully. Although you are out of bed and walking on the first day after surgery and climbing stairs 3 days after surgery, it takes approximately 3 months to fully recover from this surgery and have complete freedom, to do what you like.
If you are planning to do one knee surgery at a time, this means it will take (3+3) 6 months for full recovery!. Of course, not everyone is fit enough for both knee surgery. But if you are a healthy person, then it makes sense to have both knees operated at the same time. Most of my patients prefer both knee surgery on the same day and if they are fit, I offer it to them.
I have been performing TKR surgery since 1988 in the United Kingdom and from 1990 in India. All of my surgeries are today performed at the Fortis Malar Hospital. Special packages are available as follows:
The Package Includes:
Cost of Implant; Optetrak, Exactech, (USA)
Room Charges for 7 days, Meals for patient, Radiology
Operation Room Charges; Theater fee / Anesthesia Medications / Theatre Consumables
Medications; Routine Medications / Antibiotics Pain Medications –DVT prophylaxis
Surgeon Fee /Assistant Surgeon Fee /Anesthetist Fee, Physiotherapy
The Package Excludes:
Pre-op Fitness Evaluation
Charges for stay more than seven days, Medication for Co-morbid conditions like Diabetes, Renal Conditions, Cardiac, etc.. and Consultations with Other specialists if required.
Post-op follow-up visits, Physiotherapy visits to home
The prices quoted are based on the average bill amount of the last several patients and is actually not an absolute amount. Most patients (60%) get a refund from the quoted figures. Some patients had to pay more (10%)
MultiBed: Rs. 410,000/-
Sharing Room: Rs. 430,000/-
Ceramic, Oxinium, and other unproven knee implants are not routinely used at my centre for Knee Replacement. It has been used on rare occasions, where patients have known allergy to certain metals. The longevity and performance of knee replacement depend on several factors including, the expertise of the performing surgeon, your activity level, body weight, and the Hospital Facilities
We specialise in taking up complicated cases like:
Morbidly Obese Patients
Renal Failure Patients
Previously fractured & inadequately treated knee injuries
Failed surgeries from other centres
Knee Replacement Surgery
Confusion After Surgery May Be a Very Early Sign of Alzheimer’s Disease
Patients experiencing confusion after joint replacement surgery may be in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study published in Annals of Surgery. Delirium is seen in approximately 1 in 6 people after planned hip and knee replacement surgery. People who develop delirium following surgery are thought to be more likely to develop dementia in the future.
A new study from researchers at Queen’s University Belfast, the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and University College London shows delirium after surgery is more likely in people who have a toxic form of amyloid known to be involved in Alzheimer’s disease. The findings raise the possibility that delirium during recovery from surgery could be due to underlying, early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.
Patients who had low levels of CSF Ab42 were more likely to develop delirium after their operations. This can help to reduce the risk of delirium for patients undergoing surgery.~