Rights of use of the visual material: Sportclinic Zürich
Music: Kevin McLeod – Impact prelude – License: Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0)
A hip implant, colloquially known as an “artificial hip,” is a medical prosthesis designed to replace a damaged or worn hip joint. The goal of the implant is to restore pain-free mobility and functionality to the hip joint.
For use in doctor-patient communication and on the website of the SportClinic Zurich, we designed and created an animation for the treatment of arthrosis of the hip joint in the form of a hip TEP (total endoprosthesis of the hip joint).
At the start of the animation, the different body regions are mentioned in which an arthrosis of the hip joint can radiate and the movement restrictions caused by the disease are discussed. In the next part of the animation, the surgical procedure for a total hip replacement is explained. In this operation, the head of the thigh bone (femoral head) is replaced by an implant. In the femur, the stem of the implant is anchored with or without the use of bone cement. An acetabular implant is also inserted into the acetabulum, into which an inlay is placed. The artificial femoral head of the implant of the femur then moves in this inlay and thus ensures the mobility of the leg.
Project details animation hip implant
Conent: 1 animation
Usage: Website, doctor-patient communication
Technical: Full-HD, german voiceover, music, Lenght ~1:30 min
Kunde: Happy Content / Sportclinic Zürich
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