THE RESULTS OF HIP REPLACEMENT IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES TYPE 2

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It performed the analysis of the literature data on the peculiarities of the influence of type 2 diabetes mellitus on the endoprosthesis replacement of the steep joints in patients with diabetes mellitus outcomes. Reviewed the risk factors for complications of endoprosthetics, it is shown that in patients with diabetes mellitus operations on the hip joints are associated with higher rates of postoperative infection, the need for blood transfusion, the development of pneumonia and urinary tract infections, and increased hospital stays and higher rates nosocomial mortality. It was noted that in the course of making a decision on the performance of arthroplasty, surgical risk should be assessed for patients with diabetes, taking into account the possible complications of diabetes and the presence of other associated diseases. The basic principles of preoperative preparation, peri-and postoperative management of this cohort of patients are characterized.

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Leonid V. Ivanov

A.I. Evdokimov Moscow State Medical Stomatological University

Email: dderca@mail.ru
127473, Moscow, Russian Federation
the post-graduate student of the Department of Traumatology, orthopedics and medicine of catastrophes “A.I. Evdokimov Moscow State Medical Stomatological University”, 127473, Moscow, Russian Federation

V. V Guriev

A.I. Evdokimov Moscow State Medical Stomatological University

127473, Moscow, Russian Federation

N. V Yarygin

A.I. Evdokimov Moscow State Medical Stomatological University

127473, Moscow, Russian Federation

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