Patient-specific Simulation of the Hip Joint Force for Planning of Total Hip Replacement


The loading of the implant during activities of daily living is among the most important factors for the lifetime of the prosthesis. Since morphology and motions patterns are inter-individually different, the alignment of the prosthesis should be planned patient-specifically to avoid adverse loading conditions during activities of daily living. Within a clinical workflow the simulation time has to be minimized and the number of required input parameters should be reduced to avoid additional time-consuming and expensive data acquisition. Therefore, the development and validation of integrated morpho-functional models that can be efficiently personalized for each patient on the basis of standard clinical information is one major objective of our work.

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Publications

  • M.C.M. Fischer, J. Eschweiler, F. Schick, M. Asseln, P. Damm & K. Radermacher: Patient-specific musculoskeletal modeling of the hip joint for preoperative planning of total hip arthroplasty: A validation study based on in vivo measurements. PLOS ONE, 2018, 13(4), pp. 1-19
  • J. Eschweiler, M. Asseln, P. Damm, M.C.M. Fischer & K. Radermacher: Biomechanical Models of the Hip – a Validation Study Based on 10 CT-Datasets. In: K. Radermacher & F. Rodriguez Y Baena (ed.): CAOS2017. EPiC Series in Health Sciences, 1, 2017, pp. 109-113
  • J. Eschweiler, M. Asseln, P. Damm, G. Bergmann, V. Quack, B. Rath, M. Tingart & K. Radermacher: Sensitivity analysis of biomechanical models for total hip arthroplasty. 14th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery, 2014, pp. 163
  • J. Eschweiler, M. Asseln, P. Damm, V. Quack, B. Rath, G. Bergmann, M. Tingart & K. Radermacher: Evaluation of biomechanical models for therapy planning of total hip arthroplasty - direct comparison of computational results with in vivo measurements. Z Orthop Unfall, 2014, 152(06), pp. 603-615
  • M. Asseln, J. Eschweiler, P. Damm, G. Al Hares, G. Bergmann, M. Tingart & K. Radermacher: Evaluation of biomechanical models for the planning of total hip arthroplasty. In Proceedings of the 47th DGBMT Annual Conference (BMT 2013), Graz, Austria, 2013, pp. 945-946
  • J. Eschweiler, M. Asseln, P. Damm, G. Al Hares, G. Bergmann, M. Tingart & K. Radermacher: Evaluation of biomechanical models for the planning of total hip arthroplasty. 13th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery, 2013, pp. 125-127
  • J. Eschweiler, L. Fieten, J. Dell'Anna, K. Kabir, S. Gravius, M. Tingart & K. Radermacher: Application and evaluation of biomechanical models and scores for the planning of total hip arthroplasty. Journal of Engineering in Medicine, 2012, 226(12), pp. 955-967
  • J. Eschweiler, L. Fieten, F. Schmidt, K. Kabir, S. Gravius, M. de la Fuente & K. Radermacher: Comparison of the orientation of the resultant force of different biomechanical hip models. In: B.L. Davies, L. Joskowicz & J. Cobb (ed.): Proceedings of the 11th Annual Meeting of CAOS International, 2011
  • J. Eschweiler, L. Fieten, F. Schmidt, K. Kabir, S. Gravius, M. de la Fuente & K. Radermacher: Orientation of the hip joint resultant force R – A comparison of different biomechanical models. Biomedizinische Technik, 2011, 56 (Suppl. 1)
  • J. Dell'Anna, L. Fieten, J. Eschweiler, U. Maus & K. Radermacher: Sensitivity Analysis of a Biomechanical Score for Cup Positioning in Total Hip Arthroplasty. 10th Meeting of CAOS International, 2010
  • J. Eschweiler, L. Fieten, P. Belei, K. Kabir, M. de la Fuente & K. Radermacher: A comparison of different biomechanical hip-models. In: B.L. Davies, L. Joskowicz & P. Merloz (ed.): Proceedings of the 10th Annual Meeting of CAOS International, 2010, pp. 518-521

Contact

Dipl.-Ing. Maximilian Fischer
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