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Postoperative behavior and rehabilitation of patients with hip endoprosthesis

Ruslan Popstefanov, Nikolay Kolarov


The endoprosthesis of the hip joint in a femoral neck fracture is a problem of great social significance, the solution to which includes medical, structural, technical and rehabilitation tasks. The first immediate goal of post-operative treatment is to achieve rapid adaptation of patients to self-care and to restore hygienic and household habits in their new biological condition.


post-operative behavior, rehabilitation, patients, hip arthroplasty

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