Clinical Efficacy of Neurointerventional Catheter Thrombolysis for Cerebral Infarction

Abstract

Objective: To analyze the clinical efficacy of neurointerventional catheter thrombolysis for cerebral infarction. METHODS: A total of 56 patients with cerebral infarction admitted to our hospital from April 2018 to June 2019 were enrolled for the experimental study. Two different treatments were applied to patients, and patients were divided into observation groups and controls according to different treatment methods. After grouped into two groups the control group was treated with intravenous thrombolysis. The observation group was treated with neurointerventional arterial catheter thrombolysis. The treatment effect, NIHSS score and BI index, neurological deficit score before and after treatment, and coagulation index were compared between the two groups. RESULTS: The therapeutic effect of the observation group (92.86%) was significantly different from that of the control group (67.86%), and the observation group was higher than the control group. The data of the observation group in the NIHSS score and the BI index were 5.42±1.77 and 95.64±2.15, respectively, which were better than the control group. The neurological deficit scores of the observation group before and after treatment were 19.88±6.24 and 9.14±5.81, respectively. After treatment, the difference was significant compared with the control group, p<0.05. The coagulation indexes of the observation group in FIB, PT, TT, etc. were respectively 3.68±1.04, 11.46±1.62, 15.37±2.46, all were better than the control group (2.13±0.47, 13.72±2.72, 19.85±2.62), P<0.05. Conclusion: the clinical efficacy of neurointerventional arterial catheter thrombolysis for cerebral infarction is significant, it can effectively promote the recovery of various functional conditions of patients with cerebral infarction, which is worthy of further application and promotion.