Therapeutic Effect of High-grade Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in Patients with Intracranial Aneurysm and Embolization
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Haonan Liu and Aimin Li
To study the efficacy of high-grade aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage through intracranial clipping and intracranial aneurysm interventional embolization. Methods From January 2017 to December 2019, 68 patients with high-grade aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) treated in our hospital during the three-year period were selected, and all patients were divided into The reference group (34 cases, treated with intracranial clipping) and the study group (34 cases, treated with intracranial aneurysm interventional embolization) were compared to observe the treatment effects of the two groups, such as the incidence of complications and prognosis of the patients. Good rate, etc. Results The complication rate of high-grade aSAH patients in the study group was 2.94%, and the complication rate in the reference group was 17.65%. Compared with the reference group, complications such as cerebral vasospasm, hydrocephalus and rebleeding occurred in the study group. The rate was lower (P <0.05). The good prognosis of high-grade aSAH patients in the study group was 94.12%, and the good prognosis of the reference group was 76.47%. Compared with the reference group, the good prognosis of the study group was higher and the intracranial Aneurysm interventional embolization is more effective (P <0.05). Conclusions Intracranial aneurysm interventional embolization is more effective than intracranial clipping in this experiment. It is of great significance to improve the prognosis of patients and improve clinical efficacy. The effect is accurate and worthy of popularization and promotion.
Subarachnoid hemorrhage; Efficacy study; Intracranial clipping Interventional embolization