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Bilateral THR (B/L THR)

Arthritis is one of the most common diseases that affect mankind in a great way.
From dislocation of the hips to severe pain in several bones and joints, arthritis can be blamed for each and every condition that involves surgery and other medical treatments.
There are many different types of hip arthritis that require bilateral total hip replacement surgery. We are going to discuss one such condition in here. Want to know what disease it is? Well, it is rheumatoid arthritis.

What Is Bilateral THR (B/L THR)?

This particular chronic disease includes the inflammation of the joints and different other areas of the body.
This condition affects different body systems for different people. Some of the more common target areas are the lungs, blood vessels, knees, hips, and many other different areas.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a disorder which is autoimmune in nature. This means that the disorder happens in a patient when the immune system of the body, by some kind of error, starts to attack the tissues of their own body.
Many people consider rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis to be the same thing. But they are very different. In osteoarthritis, there is a wear-and-tear method of damage.
However, nothing like that happens in case of rheumatoid arthritis. This disorder has its effects on the joints and this results in the swelling of the joints which causes a lot of pain. Sometimes, joint deformity and bone erosion occur due to such effects.
Rheumatoid arthritis causes the inflammation which then leads to damaging the other body parts as well. There are different treatment methods and medication developed to treat the effects of rheumatoid arthritis.

Signs And Symptoms Of Bilateral THR (B/L THR)

• Swollen, warm, and tender joints
• Stiffness in the joints that becomes worse when any activity occurs in the affected area
• Fever, fatigue, and weight loss are also the common symptoms
• The early stages of the disorder also have an effect on the smaller joints. Joints that are attached to the fingers are affected as well
• With the progress of the diseases, the symptoms progress to the other different parts of the body such as the wrists, elbows, knees, and hips.

The symptoms and signs of rheumatoid arthritis vary from patient to patient. Different people have a different set of symptoms.

Sometimes there are severe problems than the others. The best way to control such situation is to get treated at some health centre where the treatment options are available.

It is also important to consult with a specialist so that you can have a clear idea about the different requirements of the treatment.

With the help of proper diagnosis which includes X-rays and different scans, rheumatoid arthritis can be identified.

Diagnosis of the disorder makes it easy for the doctors to devise a treatment plan. That why getting properly diagnosed is something that should be given utmost importance.

Treatment Of Bilateral THR (B/L THR)

There are different options for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. From surgical methods to non-surgical ones, we shall be discussing everything here.
The surgical procedure of treatment is used on someone who has a severe case and the medications aren’t providing the desired effect.

Let’s have a look at some of the treatment methods:

• Medication: During the early stage of the disorder, there are different medications which can be used for the decrease of the pain. These medications also prove to be helpful in decreasing the speed of the destruction of joints which is caused due to the arthritis
• Exercises: Several exercises are also advised by the health specialist for the easy movement of the joints. These exercises are effective in reducing the inflammation of the joints
• Surgery: When all the above-mentioned methods fail, surgery is the only way to treat it. Bilateral Total Hip Replacement surgery is something that can help in these cases.

At Metro Hospital Sector 16, Faridabad
Dr. Yuvraj Kumar
MBBS, M. S. (Ortho.), MRCS (I), FIMS (U.K)
Orthopedics & Joint Replacement
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