A Metal Or Plastic Part Implanted Surgically To Replace A Artificial Joint
Joint diseases and related conditions cause cartilage and fluid between bones to degrade, which is required for smooth, painless, and quick joint movement. Degenerative disorders such as osteoarthritis and stress-related conditions cause abnormalities in the joints, necessitating arthroplasty surgery. Artificial Joint is a medical procedure used to treat, so that the interconnected bones can move freely and painlessly. The procedure is mostly used on large joints like the hip, shoulder, elbow, and knee. A perfect artificial joint is designed to withstand joint biocompatibility, wear, kinetic impacts, and antibacterial properties.