U.S. & Asian Markets for Orthopedic Joint Replacement

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Published: 27 Jan 2005

Artificial replacements for orthopedic joints are indicated most commonly for acute arthritis, which do not respond to conservative treatment. Other indications include trauma and tumor. In all these cases, the mobility of the patient is affected and it requires a joint replacement for the patient to become pain-free and ambulatory again. The orthopedic joint replacement technology has evolved since the 1970s and is considered to be the successful among surgical procedures in orthopedics. The most common joints treated by this procedure are the hips and knees.

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