Functional outcome of THA in terms of Haris Hip Score

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Aamir Kamran
Ihsanullah
Farmanullah
Haroon Ahmed Khan
Israr Ahmed

Abstract

Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the preoperative and 01 year follow up visit functional outcome of THA in terms of Harris Hip Scoring.


Introduction: Total hip Arthroplasty is the most rewarding procedure in recent reconstructive orthopaedics. The favourable  outcome of THA is its ability to alleviate pain caused by the end stage hip arthritis sustaining the mobility and stability of hip joint.


Methodology:This prospective study was carried out at the  Orthopaedic and Spine Surgery department HMC from January 2020 to January 2021. A total 60 patients were included in the study and there preoperative  and 01 year follow up harris hip score was calculated and compared.


Results:  A total of 60 patients with  male 29 and female 31 were included.The preoperative HHS ranged from 25 to 64 with mean 45.96% while the 01 year follow up visit HHS ranged from 67 to 92 with a mean 82.46% showing significance improvement in functional outcome.


Conclusion: Total Hip Arthroplasty is a safe and effective procedure that relieves pain and leads to improvement in quality of life in patients with end stage arthritis.

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