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  • Orthopaedic Product News <br/>Complexities of treating younger patients with early arthritis

    Orthopaedic Product News
    Complexities of treating younger patients with early arthritis

    Interview with Mr Fahad Attar about his job as orthopaedic surgeon, surgical techniques and the future of customised implants Might already have undergone some surgical procedures such as a partial meniscectomy with parts of the cartilage removed or have had a ligament operation done previously. Invariably, when they have these initial injuries, they normally tend to sustain more problems with their knees over time. They have early wear and tear, secondary to partial meniscectomies and cartilage defects which can then progress, deteriorate and lead to arthritis.

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  • Christian Jessen Magazine

    Christian Jessen Magazine

    Mr Attar is based in Cheshire in the north west and covers both Manchester and Liverpool areas in his practice. He has trained in world-renowned centres including Sunnybrook hospital in Toronto, Canada and Oxford, England. His practice and expertise encompasses all aspects of knee surgery and he has a special interest in managing young adult knee arthritis, joint preservation surgery and patient-specific knee replacement procedures. Mr Attar is also well published and has been invited to present in meetings worldwide.

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  • Oldham Evening Chronicle Newspaper

    Oldham Evening Chronicle Newspaper

    Walking tall

    A CHADDERTON woman has become a medical rendsetter after having a pioneering “designer” knee replacement.

    Accounts manager Barbara Chapman (63) is thought to be the first person in the North-West with a knee created specifically for her.

    A CT scan produced a 3D image of Barbara’s knee which was emailed to America where manufacturer ConforMIS produced an exact replica in a 3D printer.

    “The days of one size will fit all are long behind us,” explained orthopaedic consultant Fahad Attar, who implanted the knee at the BMI Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle.

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  • First iTotal ConforMIS patient specific knee replacement done at the BMI Alexandra Hospital in Manchester by Mr. Attar

    First iTotal ConforMIS patient specific knee replacement done at the BMI Alexandra Hospital in Manchester by Mr. Attar

    Patient specific knee replacements provide numerous advantages over routine Total knee replacements as they are designed and specific to the patient anatomy. Overall satisfaction rates, functional outcomes and hospital stays are much improved and most of the outcome data being presented and published back these results.

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  • Fisrt iDuo ConforMIS bicompartmental patient specific knee replacement in the NHS done at Whiston Hospital by Mr. Attar

    Fisrt iDuo ConforMIS bicompartmental patient specific knee replacement in the NHS done at Whiston Hospital by Mr. Attar

    Patient specific knee replacements have shown advantages over routine on the shelf knee replacements. Reduced hospital stay, improved function, reduced dissatisfaction and pain rates and some of the advantages. In suitable patients when 2 areas of the knee are affected with arthritis, an iDuo bicompartmental knee replacement is a better option to address this as opposed to a total knee replacement which is most often done.

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