Equipping The Outpatient
O.R. For Efficiency
Anterior Hip Replacement procedures are migrating to a more efficient model in an outpatient setting. Ensuring that the transition goes smoothly is critical to this evolution. With the procedure-enabling Hana® Orthopedic Surgery Table, your ambulatory surgical facility will be well equipped to successfully implement an Anterior Hip Replacement program.1-5 Hana® is ideally suited to help you make this switch to the outpatient setting.
According to research firm SG2, total joint replacement will experience significant growth in the ASC setting, reaching over 50% of total procedures by 2026.6
Why Are Total Joint Replacements Moving To The Outpatient Setting?
Potential drivers of this shift include:
|Cost Savings & Resource Streamlining|
|Patient Safety & Quality Scores 1,2|
|Favorable Payor Reimbursement|
Anterior Hip Replacement is an ideal procedure for the outpatient setting, as a minimally invasive technique that allows for quicker recovery time and accelerated rehabilitation protocol over traditional hip arthroplasty techniques.9-12
Unique Features of the Hana® Table
- Unique leg positioning capability enables superior surgical access 7,8
- Safe hyperextension, adduction and external rotation of the leg for optimal femoral component placement 1-5
- Femoral hooks designed to enhance femoral exposure for canal preparation and improve component placement 1-5
- Radiolucency allows intraoperative imaging for optimal leg length assessment 1,2 and implant placement 1-5
“Investment in a Hana table significantly improves surgical consistency from case to case. For me, that has meant getting a great return on my investment for both my patients and my practice.”
– Dr. Andrew Wickline, MD
New Hartford, NY
Mizuho OSI Is With You,
Every Step Of The Way
Whether it’s initial clinical training, sales, and marketing support, or service calls, Mizuho OSI will ensure you have the best support to make your expansion into Anterior Hip Replacement a successful one.
Support options include:
- Flexible leasing programs to contain capital costs
- Service contracts for long-term table care
- Marketing kit designed to market your practice
- Online tools to assist with procedure setups
Healthy Patients. Healthy Practice.
Investing in a Hana® table is a great choice for the health of your patients and your practice. Anterior hip replacement procedures can contribute significantly to the overall profitability of your surgery center.
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1. Matta et al., Single-incision anterior approach for total hip arthroplasty on an orthopedic table. Clin Orthop Relat Res., Dec 2005, (441): 115-24
2. Masonis et al., Safe and accurate: learning the direct anterior total hip arthroplasty. Orthopedics, Dec 2008, 31(12 suppl 2)
3. Jennings et al., Intraoperative Fluoroscopy Improves Component Positioning During Anterior Hip Arthroplasty. Orthopedics, Nov 2015, 31(11): e970-975
4. Hamilton et al., Comparison of Cup Alignment, Jump Distance, and Complications in Consecutive Series of Anterior Approach and Posterior Approach Total Hip Arthroplasty. Journal of Arthroplasty, Nov 2015, 30(11): 1959-1962
5. Slotkin et al., Accuracy of Fluoroscopic Guided Acetabular Component Positioning During Direct Anterior Total Hip Arthroplasty, Sep 2015, 30(9): 102-106
7. Kennon et al., Total hip arthroplasty through a minimally invasive anterior surgical approach JBJS Am., Nov 2003, 85(suppl 4): 39-48
8. Siguier et al., Mini-incision anterior approach does not increase dislocation rate: a study of 1037 total hip replacements. Clin Orthop Relat Res., Sep 2004, (426): 164-73
9. Seng et al., Anterior-supine minimally invasive total hip arthroplasty: defining the learning curve. Orthop Clin North Am., Jul 2009, 40(3): 343-50
10. Moskal et al., Anterior muscle sparing approach for total hip arthroplasty. World J Orthop., Jan 2013, 4(1): 12-18
11. Bhandari et al., Outcomes following the single-incision anterior approach to total hip arthroplasty: a multicenter observational study. Orthop Clin North Am., Jul 2009, 40(3): 329-42
12. Zawadsky et al., Early outcome comparison between the direct anterior approach and the mini-incision posterior approach for primary total hip arthroplasty: 150 consecutive cases. J Arthroplasty, Jun 2014, 29(6): 1256-60