Reverse hybrid total hip replacement uses a cemented all polyethylene acetabular cup in combination with an uncemented femoral stem.
There has been an increasing use of reverse hybrid total hip replacement in Norway and Sweden during the last decade. Despite increasing use of this method there has been very little documentation of results.
Prospective randomized clinical studies
Dual energy x-ray absorptiometry
Clinical follow up of patients
Main purpose is to document the current method and compare it to cemented implants
-Study the reverse hybrid and compare it to the conventional cemented total hip replacement
-Investigate uncemented total hip replacement using a second generation highly cross-linked polyethylene.
-Our focus is on the wear of the polyethylene, fixation of the acetabulum and femoral stem and remodelling of bone around these
-By documentation of different methods our aim of research is to reduce revision surgery
1 Measure wear, migration of components and bone mineral density in femur and acetabulum, in reverse hybrid THR and cemented THR. Randomized prospective study.
2 Evaluate medium-term follow up of reverse THR from the Norwegian Arthroplasty Register.
3 Evaluate wear and bone mineral density using 3. generation highly cross-linked polyethylene with 32 or 36 mm femoral head of ceramics. Prospective randomized study.
4 Method for wear measurements study of methods.
5 NARA study on reverse hybrid THR. Study accepted by the NARA administration.
Stephan M. Röhrl, MD, PhD, Orthopaedic Surgeon
Lars Nordsletten, MD, PhD, Professor, Orthopaedic Surgeon
Segment choice and cup stability influence wear measurements using radiostereometric analysis: A radiostereometric study comparing wear measured by markers in the polyethylene with markers in the periacetabular bone
Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon), 27 (5), 511-4
Is reverse hybrid hip replacement the solution?
Acta Orthop, 82 (6), 639-45