The best position after surgery is one in which the body is at a 45 degree angle and pillows are placed under the trochanter area up to the knees.
The drains usually remain in place for 48 hours.
Antibiotics, painkillers and muscle relaxants are essential for the first few postoperative days.
The first day after the operation the patient is allowed to walk, take a shower and even sit on the toilet.
Without being necessary, an elastic corset can be worn (some people feel more confident and secure).
You can usually drive 2 weeks after the operation.
Exercise and exercise 4-6 weeks after surgery, while heavy exercise should be avoided for at least 8 weeks (e.g. riding, cycling, weights, etc.).