Bestselling Range Replacement Drip Pans in 2020
Stanco 4 Pack GE/Hotpoint Electric Range Chrome Reflector Bowls With Locking Slot
- Fits GE & Hotpoint ranges with plug in element and locking slot made since 1990
- Heavy Duty Chrome Finish
- Speeds Cooking Time Saving Energy
- Makes Cook Top Look New Again
- Made in USA
Whirlpool W10278125 Drip Pan Kit, Chrome
- Easy to install, Color: Chrome
- Durable finish is safe to clean in dishwasher
- Fits most electric ranges with two-wire plug-in elements
- (2) 8-Inch bowls and (2) 6-Inch bowls
Porcelain Drip Pan Set Replacement for Whirlpool W10288051 : 2 ea 6” 93169204b and 8" 93169205b
Porcelain Drip Pan Set Replacement for Frigidaire Kenmore 5304430150, 318067051, 318067051
- 6" measures 7.45". 8" measures 9.35"
- Fits most Frigidaire Kenmore 5304430150, 318067051, 5304430149, 318067041
- Porcelain finish
- Speeds cooking time, saving energy
- Made in the USA
316048413 AND 316048414 OEM FRIGIDAIRE KENMORE BRAND DRIP PAN SET - INCLUDES (2) 6" PANS AND (2) 8" PANS
- Genuine OEM
Mainstays D62120 Electric Stove Disposable Drip Pan Liner Set, 12 Piece
- 12 stove liners in two sizes
- 6 large, size: 8.25" diameter and 6 small --size: 6.25" diameter
- Material: aluminum
- Save time - makes cleaning your stove easy
Whirlpool W10196406 6-Inch Drip Bowl, Chrome
- Manufacturer model # W10196406
- Genuine Replacement Part
- Whirlpool item
- General Electric item
Range Kleen P10124XN, Black, Style A Porcelain Drip Pans Set of 4, 2 6 Inch and 2 8 Inch
- A WELCOME ADDITION FOR ANY KITCHEN: Easy to clean and a convenient bundle containing everything you need.
- SAVINGS FROM COST AND ENERGY: Annually replacing your drip bowls and pans with porcelain can save your household in energy costs.
- A GREAT MULTI-PIECE ADDITION: Contains 2 small (6 inches) and 2 large (8 inches) Style A Porcelain Drip Bowls to catch spillage while cooking.
- MADE FROM HIGH-QUALITY MATERIALS: This USA made set has OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) quality porcelain that is better than made from chrome.
- HEAVY DUTY BLACK PORCELAIN FINISH: Elegantly made of black porcelain coated durable steel core that is nonstick and very easy to install.
Frigidaire 5303131115 Gas Stove Drip Pan
- Manufacturer model # 5303131115
- Genuine Replacement Part
- Frigidair item
Whirlpool 715878 Cooktop Drip Pan Set
- Genuine OEM
Chrome Drip Pan Set Replacement for Frigidaire Kenmore 316048413 and 316048414: 2 ea 6” and 8"
Range Kleen 1056RGE8 Style D Chrome 4 Pack Drip Pans and 4 Pack Trim Rings
- A GREAT MULTI PIECE ADDITION: The Range Kleen 1056RGE8Z contains three small and one large Heavy Duty Chrome plated Style D Trim Rings and Drip Pans. Proper fit of drip pan/bowl prevents a rocking of the element on the drip pan/bowl, therefore preventing cookware from rocking on the stove.
- MADE FROM HIGH QUALITY MATERIALS: This USA made set has OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) quality, easily updating the appearance of stove.
- CREATED TO MEET THE STANDARDS: Range Kleen 1056RGE8 passes appliance industry standards testing - Fit, Function, and Stability test and Consumer use and Cleaning Safety among others.
- A WELCOME ADDITION FOR ANY KITCHEN: Easy to clean and a convenient bundle contains everything you need.
- SAVE COSTS AND ENERGY: Replacing chrome drip bowls and pans annually can save your household in energy costs. Also comes with-Year Limited Household Warranty.
316048413 & 316048414 Drip Pan Set (2x 6" + 2x 8") Compatible with Frigidaire Range Oven
- Part Numbers: 316048413, 316048414
- High Quality, non-OEM Replacement Drip Pans Compatible with Frigidaire, Kenmore Range Oven
- Set includes 2 x 316048413 (6" Pans) and 2 x 316048414 (8" Pans)
- Color: Silver
Possible Complications After Hip Replacement Surgery
Learn about the possible complications that may result from hip replacement surgery.
Hip replacement is a fairly common procedure. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), there are more than 193,000 total hip replacement surgeries each year in the United States.
Hip replacement is commonly done in people who have severely damaged hip joint that results from trauma or injury, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Also, the procedure may be recommended for people who have osteonecrosis, which occurs when the bone dies because of inadequate blood supply, and people with bone tumors.
The procedure is recommended by the doctor when alternative therapies or methods of treatment, such as medications, exercise, and assistive devices fail.
In the past, hip replacement surgeries were recommended usually in people over the age of 60. Now, the procedure may be recommended even in younger people because newer artificial joints have been improved. These artificial parts have been made to be sturdier, which allow them to withstand more stress and strain. Also, they are now made to last longer.
While hip replacement surgery can be done successfully, some people who have undergone hip replacement may experience some complications.
According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS), the most common complication that may occur soon after the surgery is hip dislocation. Because the artificial parts are smaller than the original hip joint, the connection can become dislodged. This can occur when the hip joint is bent beyond 90 degrees such as that occurs when the knees are pulled up to the chest.
Another very common complication after surgery is the formation of blood clots in the veins of the leg, according to the AAOS. When a blood clot forms in the leg vein, the condition is called deep vein thrombosis or DVT. To prevent clots from forming, the doctor may prescribe medications called anticoagulants, leg coverings that can be inflated, or ankle pumping exercises.
Sometimes, tiny particles wear off of the man-made joint surface, which can trigger an inflammatory reaction. The inflammation may trigger special cells that eat away some of the bone to become activated, which can cause the joint to loosen. To manage this, the surgeon may recommend anti-inflammatory drugs or recommend replacing the artificial joint, a procedure called revision surgery.
Other less possible complications of hip replacement surgery may include infection and bleeding.
The complications discussed here have greatly declined over the years because of newer technologies and modern surgical techniques.
Questions and Answers about Hip Replacement. National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS).
After Joint Replacement Surgery Problems. Nasugnam Health-Division of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases.
Total Hip Replacement. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS).