THE CERAMIC MODULAR HEAD IMPROVEMENT IN THE DESIGN OF A TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT

Vladimir Pakhaliuk, Aleksandr Poliakov, Ivan Fedotov

DOI Number
10.22190/FUME201212010P
First page
067
Last page
078

Abstract


For the first time, a design of a modular ceramic ball head of a total hip joint replacement (THR) friction pair has been developed, which has the properties of a metal in conjunction with the stem neck and the properties of a ceramics on bearing surface of the pair. This is achieved by creating a low-cost, low-toxic, durable fixed connection of the head made of alumina or zirconia ceramics and the titanium-based alloy sleeve to obtain a brazed joint that is efficient in human synovial fluid. With the help of finite element analysis, a quantitative assessment of the strength and rigidity of the proposed head design was performed and its use in modern hip arthroplasty was indicated. The approbation of the proposed design solutions for creating a THR ceramic head with a titanium-based alloy sleeve brazed was carried out.

Keywords

Total hip replacement, Ceramic friction couple, Modular ceramic ball head, Brazing

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