The doctors are using steel plates to compensate for the erosion in the knees to relieve the patient of the grave pain, caused while moving, standing and some times, when the sufferer is lying down in the bed. The operation is extremely painful, costly, time consuming and keep the patent bed ridden for weeks. It takes one months to walk on his legs.
Picture of a total knee replacement
In the modern day world when the scientific advancement is taking new strides every day, the researchers could apply their knowledge to this segment as well. Its known today that regeneration of limbs (-both skin and boons) is possible. If the limb can be generated, why not the little portion of the decayed-distorted boon?!
The 3-D technique can very easily be applied to reduce the pain and repair the bones, without causing extreme-un bearable pain to the patient. Just a little puncture in the skin and the computer aided technology will compensate for the lost fragment of the boon. A number of materials, which are substitutes of bones can be used or easily developed, in the laboratory. Will any one take the challenge and proceed to evolve this pain free, cost effective technology?
The surgery is really painful and takes a lot of time for the patient to stand over his own legs. He never recover completely. The doctor is using staples in stead of stitches, which is another cause of pain. More than two units of blood is wasted during the surgery. Doctors-hospitals bill is generally between 5 to 7 lakhs. The medicines upsets patients stomach. He complains of vomiting repeatedly and faces a lot of pain, afterwards for over 3 weeks. He looses control over urine and stools, simultaneously and often spoils cloths. Big hospitals (MAX-PATPAR GANJ) which are supposed to provide thorough care do not employ sufficient staff-attendants-nurses. These attendants do not turn up even after asking 3 to 4 times. The mechanism fails repeatedly. There is only one doctor for 2 flours with 34 rooms-wards each. The nurse never record the uneasiness-pain-sleeplessness in the chart. They charge for the blood at a rate of Rs. 3,000 per unit.


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