Jinhua Wang1, *, Xia Fang2, Dongliang Wang1, Yuan Xiao1
1Department of Neurology, The People’s Hospital of Beilun District, Ningbo 315800, PR China - 2Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The People’s Hospital of Beilun District, Ningbo 315800, PR China
Ischaemic cerebrovascular disease is a frequently occurring and dangerous type of disease that can pose a serious threat to a patient's life. Neurointerventional therapy is a new treatment method proposed in recent years that is gradually being used in the clinical treatment of ischaemic cerebrovascular disease. The purpose of this study was to explore the short- and long-term clinical effects of neurointervention in the treatment of ischaemic cerebrovascular diseases and to analyse the role of this technique in improving neurological function. In this paper, 134 patients with this disease were selected as experimental subjects, divided into study and control groups, and compared and analysed for the recanalisation of vascular lesions, complications and recurrence, and neurological function damage through a clinical experiment. The final results showed that compared with the control group, the recanalisation rate of the diseased vessels after neurointerventional therapy was significantly higher in the study group, while the incidence of complications was lower than that in the control group. After treatment, NIHSS scores in both groups were significantly decreased. However, NIHSS scores in the study group were significantly lower than those in the control group. This indicates that the short-term efficacy of neurointervention in the treatment of ischaemic vascular diseases can not only promote the site recurrence rate of vascular lesions and significantly improve neurological function, but it can also reduce the probability of complications. Regarding long-term effects, it can promote the effective improvement of patients' neurological function, the continuous improvement of their normal life ability and the significant reduction of postoperative recurrence rate and fatality rate among patients.
Neural intervention, ischaemic cerebrovascular disease, clinical effect, treatment approach.