Effects of Different Vascular Interventional Treatment Schemes on Clinical Treatment of Patients with Intracranial aneurysms and the effects of perioperative intracranial infection

  • Yuqin Yang
Keywords: Intracranial Aneurysm, Endovascular Treatment, Clinical Symptoms of Patients, Condition Evaluation


The purpose of this article is to study the effect of different vascular interventional treatment schemes on the
clinical treatment of patients with intracranial aneurysms and the impact of perioperative intracranial infection.
In terms of methods, the natural course of the patient and the risk factors of rupture were obtained, and it was
concluded that UIA can be stable for a long time, but then it may grow rapidly and have a higher risk of rupture
during the growth period. Hunt-Hess classification and Fisher classification were used to obtain the severity of
patients. The Hunt-Hess classification is the most important tool for evaluating the severity of a patient's
condition, and it reflects the clinical symptoms and consciousness of the patient. The CT Fisher classification is
an indicator for measuring the amount of bleeding on the CT based on an aneurysm rupture and bleeding. It is
also a predictor of cerebral vasospasm. Key factor. The condition of the patient's aneurysm was determined by
clinical diagnosis. Finally, its therapeutic effect was analyzed through different intravascular interventional
treatments. The short-term prognosis of patients with aneurysms treated with endovascular intervention is better
than the short-term prognosis of patients with aneurysms treated with microsurgery. Interventional treatment of
intracranial ruptured microaneurysms is technically feasible, and has good results, and the short-term follow-up
results are satisfactory. For patients with aneurysms with higher Hunt-Hess grade and higher CT-Fisher grade
before surgery, regardless of microsurgery Or endovascular intervention, the prognosis is poor. The Hunt-Hess
classification, Fisher score, and severe complications after the patient's admission are independent risk factors
related to the patient's prognosis. The patient's condition at the time of admission is valued, and each treatment
measure is taken strictly according to local conditions. The treatment method can reduce the intraoperative and
postoperative complications and can obtain a good prognosis for patients.