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A: The Bipolar Austin Moore and Thompson Prosthesis Instrument Set is a collection of specialized instruments used during hip arthroplasty surgeries. It includes instruments like head impactors, rasps, extractors, and chisels that are specifically designed for use with Austin Moore and Thompson prostheses.
A: An Austin Moore prosthesis is a type of hip replacement implant used to replace the femoral head in patients with hip joint degeneration or injury. It consists of a metal stem that is inserted into the femoral canal and a metal ball that replaces the femoral head.
A: A Thompson prosthesis is another type of hip replacement implant used to replace the femoral head in patients with hip joint degeneration or injury. It consists of a metal stem that is inserted into the femoral canal and a metal ball that replaces the femoral head. The Thompson prosthesis has a flange that allows for better fixation to the bone than the Austin Moore prosthesis.
A: A head impactor is a surgical instrument used to insert the femoral head of a hip replacement implant into the acetabulum of the hip bone.
A: Rasps are surgical instruments used to shape bone, particularly during orthopedic surgeries. In hip arthroplasty, rasps are used to prepare the femoral canal for insertion of the femoral stem.
A: Extractors are surgical instruments used to remove implants or other foreign objects from the body. In hip arthroplasty, extractors are used to remove the femoral head or stem if it becomes damaged or infected.
A: A tomy bar is a surgical instrument used to insert or extract hip replacement implants. It consists of a metal bar with a hook on one end that can be used to grip the implant and a handle on the other end for the surgeon to grip.
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