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Treatment and Common Issues of Neurovascular Intervention
Neurovascular intervention refers to a treatment method that uses interventional techniques within the nervous system. This treatment is commonly used in the diagnosis and treatment of cerebrovascular diseases, including cerebral infarction, cerebral vascular stenosis, and cerebral artery aneurysm. This technique involves inserting a catheter from outside the blood vessel into the brain to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. For example, in the case of cerebral artery aneurysm, doctors can use interventional techniques to repair the aneurysm to prevent the blood vessel from rupturing.
Neurovascular intervention is a very effective treatment method, but it also carries some risks. Therefore, before deciding to use this technique, it is necessary to consult with a doctor for detailed information about the possible risks and effects.
How to use neurovascular intervention for treatment?
Neurovascular intervention is a method of treating cerebrovascular diseases through interventional means. It usually uses fluoroscopy and/or X-ray techniques to monitor the operation process and intervenes with miniature instruments or devices as needed.
In general, neurovascular intervention treatment can be achieved through the following methods:
Intravascular treatment: By inserting a catheter into the blood vessel, it treats problems such as intima hyperplasia, thrombosis, and stenosis.
Extravascular therapy: This refers to the treatment outside the blood vessel, such as through micro-wave therapy devices or laser therapy devices.
Vascular stent: By implanting stents, it protects blood vessels and prevents them from narrowing again.
In general, neurovascular intervention treatment is an effective method for treating cerebrovascular diseases, but its indications and effects vary depending on the patient's specific condition. Therefore, using neurovascular intervention treatment requires detailed consultation with a professional doctor to determine whether it is suitable for your condition.
Precautions for neurovascular intervention treatment
Neurovascular intervention treatment refers to a technique that uses miniature instruments to diagnose and treat the vascular system of the brain, neck, or trunk. It is commonly used in the diagnosis and treatment of cerebrovascular diseases such as cerebral infarction, cerebral aneurysm, and cerebral artery stenosis.
The following are some precautions for neurovascular intervention treatment:
General anesthesia and analgesia: Before undergoing neurovascular intervention treatment, the patient usually needs to undergo general anesthesia and analgesia.
Risks: Like any other medical technology, neurovascular intervention treatment also carries some risks, including infection, bleeding, thrombosis, scar formation, and others.
Effects: The effect of neurovascular intervention treatment varies depending on the individual patient's condition, and some patients may need multiple treatments to achieve the best results.
Follow-up: After treatment, patients should regularly follow up with their doctors to evaluate the treatment effect and monitor any possible complications.
Activity restriction: For a period of time after treatment, patients may need to restrict some activities to avoid putting too much pressure on the surgical site.
If a patient is considering neurovascular intervention treatment, they should consult a doctor for advice.