Brain aneurysm has been successfully treated in Nepal through Row Intervention. The capital’s Hams Hospital has successfully treated a 20-year-old woman using neuro-intervention method. Earlier, he was undergoing treatment for brain aneurysm through surgery.
The team of Dr. Manoj Bohara, Senior Neuro Surgeon and Neuroinventional Surgeon, Hams Hospital, has stated that the aneurysm has been treated with the new technology. Angioedema is a disease in which the blood vessels in the brain become swollen like a balloon. There is a risk of brain haemorrhage and death.
According to Dr. Bohara, neuroinvention, which has started as a very new treatment method in Nepal, can also treat stroke (paralysis) in addition to aneurysm in the brain.
In the treatment of stroke, the blood vessels of the hands or feet are connected to the blood vessels in the brain through various types of wires, and then the stent and other obstructive clots are removed and re-circulated.
Angioedema is a disease in which the blood vessels in the brain become swollen like a balloon. There is a danger of such a pipe bursting at any time. If such a vein ruptures, there is a risk of brain paralysis and death due to brain hemorrhage.
According to Dr. Bohara, neuro-interventions can be used to treat strokes in addition to aneurysms in the brain. In the treatment of stroke, blood vessels from the hands or feet reach the blocked blood vessels in the brain through various types of wires and then the blood clots that are blocked by stents and other means are taken out and re-circulated.
Neuro-intervention treatment is now considered to be one of the most effective treatments in the world as it takes much less time than open-brain treatment and also reduces post-treatment hospital stays.