Dr. Ahmed Zohaib, Dr Faaiz Sultan, Dr Bilal Hassan
Introduction: Total hip arthroplasty is one of the furthermost common key operating methods in orthopedics. Objective: The main objective of the study was to determine the results and complications of total hip arthroplasty. Material and method: All THA patients were involved in this forthcoming study. Patients with severe osteoarthritis of the psychiatric joints, bilateral osteoarthritis, knee, contraindications, history of arthroplasty for key surgery or lack of control support were excepted from the study. Harris Hip Score was used to assess hip fitness in the range of (poor-0) to (excellent-100). All patients were followed for 6 months. Facts was collected and analyzed using t-test analysis and SPSS. Results: Finally, 58 patients were evaluated; 24 of them (41.4%) are men and other women. The average age was 56.8 ± 16.56. Post-operative complications include contamination (1 case), posterior hip disarticulation (2 cases) and peroneal nerve palsy (1 case). Mean of the preoperative HHS was 49.69 ± 5, but increased expressively to 88.02 ± 4.04 six months after total hip replacement (p <0.001). Conclusion: Giving to this control, total hip arthroplasty is related with marked enhancement and satisfactory result in patients, and the complication rate is low. Key words: orthopedics, Harris hip joint assessment, osteoarthritis.