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Surgical Procedures for Stroke

At Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, we provide expert surgical procedures for stroke patients, utilizing advanced techniques to address critical conditions and improve outcomes. Our team of skilled surgeons and specialists is dedicated to delivering precise and effective care tailored to each patient's needs.

Ventriculostomy: Ventriculostomy is a surgical procedure used to drain excess cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from the brain's ventricles. This procedure involves placing a small catheter into a ventricle of the brain to relieve pressure caused by conditions such as hydrocephalus, traumatic brain injury, or certain types of stroke. By managing CSF levels, ventriculostomy helps alleviate symptoms and reduce the risk of further brain damage.

Aneurysm Repair: Aneurysm repair is a surgical procedure aimed at treating weakened or bulging blood vessel walls known as aneurysms. These weakened areas can be prone to rupture, leading to life-threatening bleeding in the brain. Surgical techniques for aneurysm repair include clipping or coiling the aneurysm to prevent rupture and restore normal blood flow. This procedure is crucial in preventing strokes caused by aneurysmal bleeding and promoting long-term neurological health.

Our surgical team at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center is experienced in performing these complex procedures with precision and care. We utilize state-of-the-art surgical equipment and imaging technologies to ensure optimal outcomes for our patients. From emergency interventions to planned surgeries, we are committed to providing top-notch surgical care for stroke patients, promoting recovery and enhancing quality of life.

Our focus on advanced surgical procedures, coupled with a multidisciplinary approach and personalized care, makes Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center a trusted destination for stroke treatment and surgical expertise.