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Mr K Sehat, MB ChB, FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics) is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon based at the Nottingham University Hospitals. His private practice is mainly at the BMI Park Hospital, Nottingham.
Mr Sehat graduated in 1996 from the University of Bristol. Specialist training in Orthopaedic Surgery was at Nottingham University Hospitals, Derby Royal Infirmary and Wellington, New Zealand. He is on the General Medical Council Specialist Register, a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and a member of the British Orthopaedic Association.
He is also an honorary consultant lecturer at the University of Nottingham Medical School and actively involved in teaching, research, monitoring of outcomes of joint replacement surgery and the development of advanced techniques.
He specialises in surgery for the treatment of conditions of the adult knee and hip.
Mr Sehat performs computer aided knee replacement surgery for optimal outcomes in the treatment of severe arthritis of the knee. Many conditions of the knee can be treated with keyhole surgery (Arthroscopy).
For severe hip arthritis, hip replacement surgery is performed with ceramic bearing technology for the best possible durability.
Mr Sehat also performs surgery for conditions of the hip causing pain other than arthritis. Hip impingement is a cause of pain in young adults and can be treated with a hip joint preserving operation. Inflammation of tendons or bursitis can be diagnosed and treated with injections, physiotherapy and if required specific operations.
As well as standard joint replacement surgery for arthritis, Mr Sehat performs revision surgery (for renewal of troublesome or expired knee or hip replacements) and major replacement surgery for metastatic tumours around the hip or knee.
Areas of interest
Conditions of the knee and hip;
Knee replacement surgery for arthritis;
Knee arthroscopy (keyhole surgery);
Hip replacement surgery for arthritis;
Revision surgery (renewal of troublesome or expired knee and hip replacements);
Surgery for hip impingement (joint preserving surgery for the painful hip in young adults)
Major joint replacement for metastatic tumours of the knee and hip
General Trauma and Injuries
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Anaesthetists worked with
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Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic surgery at Nottingham University Hospitals.
Outcomes of knee and hip replacement surgery
Advanced techniques for knee replacement surgery
Outcomes and techniques for internal fixation of fractures of the hip
Teaching and examining medical students
Preparation of teaching material
Running and cycling
Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at Nottingham University Medical School
(Additional) Languages spoken
Total Knee Replacement at a cross-roads - choosing the middle way.
Published Aug 2016
Article describing the development of advanced Knee Replacement Surgery Techniques
Courses offered to GPs
The diagnosis and non-operative treatment of the common conditions of the knee and hip;
Joint repalcement surgery - referral criteria and post operative course;
Common traumatic conditions and their outpatient treatment;
Any area of general orthopaedics and trauma requested.
My elective practice is dominated by Knee and Hip Replacement surgery (TKR and THR).
The mortality data for these procedures are published by the National Joint Registry (NJR) and expressed as the 'Standardised Mortality Ratio' (SMR). The National average is SMR of 1.0.
For TKR, my patients have a SMR of 0.5.
For THR,my patients, have SMR of 1.0.
Thus patients under my care have equal or lower mortality than the average.
The success of Hip Replacements are expressed in terms of revision rate. The lower the revision rate, the more successful the surgery. During this CEA period, the NJR reported the following for THR:
At 1 year - Average - 1.0%, my patients - 0.0%.
At 3 years - Average 1.8%, my patients - 0.4%.
At 5 years - Average 2.5%, my patients - 0.8%.
The effectiveness of TKR is nationally measured using the improvement in Oxford Knee Score (OKS)
The data for period Oct 2015- Feb 2016 states a mean OKS gain nationally of 16 points and for my patients of 19 points.
- FRCS (Tr and Orth) Royal College of Surgeons of England 2006
Reference number 4293116
Details of entry to specialist register
- General Medical Council Specialist Register, 2008
Affiliations / memberships
Member of the British Orthopaedic Association
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