Prof Robert Hube (DE)

14 September 2017

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In this video, Professor Hube discusses signs and stages of early infection in total hip arthroplasty cases. He discusses when the cutoff is for "early" infection and how to manage infected prosthetic joints. He concludes to say that implant retention is possible and there may not be the need for hardware removal is early infection (cutoff <3 weeks) has passed and if the acute infection is delayed.

Presented during:
The Hip Revision Masterclass
Berlin, Germany
11-12 May, 2017

This masterclass is a highly focused covering all aspects of revision hip surgery. The masterclass will present the medical and surgical management of revision hip surgery and is designed to demonstrate techniques for both acetabular and femoral revision arthroplasty.