NEW DELHI, India – A team of doctors led by Dr. Kaushal Kant Mishra, Director, Bones, and Joint Institute, Fortis Escorts Hospital, performed hip ball replacement surgery through an incision of 5 cm and 4 mm (less than two inches), setting the new world record for a Hip replacement surgery through the smallest incision, according to the WORLD RECORD ACADEMY.
In conversation with the Indian news agency ANI
About the recording, Dr. Kaushal Kant Mishra: “We and our team performed hip ball replacement surgery. This operation was performed through the smallest incision registered to date. This is a record in itself. The incision measures 5 cm and 4 mm, which is almost two inches.”
“Such a small incision has never made such a major hip operation with normal instruments.
Speaking of another record,
DR. Kaushal kant mishra It was also reported that another hip ball replacement operation was performed ten days ago in the hospital in a record time of 18 minutes.
He went on to say that the hospital was included in the Guinness Book of World Record two years ago for performing hip replacement surgery on a 107-year-old, which was a world record at the time.
“The news of this operation will benefit our country as it will lead to an increase in medical tourism,” he added.