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Hana® Table

About the Hana® table

Anterior Approach Attributes for Total Hip Replacement

For the Doctor:

  • Deltoid of the Hip Sparing Approach
  • Excellent Acetabulum/Femur Visibility
  • Normal Hip Mechanics
  • Immediate Hip Stability
  • Single Incision
  • Supine Approach – True Pelvic Alignment
  • Reduced Dislocation Risk
  • No Need for Body Mass Index Criteria
  • Intraoperative Ability to Ascertain Leg Lengths
  • Enhanced Patient Recovery Rate
  • Less Office Visits
  • Negligible Post-Operative Complications
  • Increased Patient Referrals
  • Ability to Market New MIS Procedure

For the Patient:

  • Reduced Tissue Trauma
  • Less Pain
  • Less Pain Medication
  • Less Scarring
  • Normal Hip Mechanics
  • Faster Recovery
  • Quicker Return to Normal Function
  • Little or No Physical Rehabilitation
  • Reduced Dislocation Risk
  • Minimal Post-Op Protocol
  • No Post-Op Dislocation Precautions
  • Earlier Release from Hospital
  • Zero to Minimal Post-Op Rehab
  • Reduced Post-Op Pain Medication
  • No Restriction of Post-Op Activity
  • Immediate Use of Normal Toilet Height
  • No Post- Op Abduction Pillow Required
  • Cross Legs as Desired
  • No Shoe Lift Requirements
  • No Post-Op Sexual Activity Limitations.

For the Hospital:

  • Reduced Hospital Stays
  • Reduced Surgery Time in OR
  • More Surgeries
  • Increased Revenues
  • Improved ROI
  • Zero to Minimal Rehabilitation Requirements
  • Less Post-Op Costs for Assisted Modalities
  • Ability to Market New MIS Procedure