If you or a loved one experiences a stroke, aneurysm or other condition affecting the blood vessels in the brain, you may need advanced care quickly to make a full recovery. California Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s state-of-the-art neurovascular and neurointerventional surgery suite enables specialists to quickly provide diagnosis and treatment in the same suite without having to physically move patients from one area of the hospital to another. The suite converts instantly from a neurointerventional radiology suite into a micro-surgical suite for vascular brain surgery. This faster transition time from diagnosis to treatment greatly enhances patient safety.
Our medical experts utilize advanced minimally invasive treatments for aneurysms, strokes and other conditions affecting the brain and spine that were once only treatable through open surgery. These techniques result in less risk, less pain, a smaller incision, fewer complications and faster recovery time for patients.
The suite offers advanced digital imaging capabilities, including a 128-slice CT scanner, and is located adjacent to the emergency room to further expedite treatment. Our neurovascular and neurointerventional surgery suite features:
- Full spectrum of interventional neuroradiology and neurosurgery capabilities.
- Modern digital imaging and 3D image-guidance that enable doctors to manipulate catheters inside the brain and spine to treat aneurysm, stroke and other conditions.
- State-of-the-art operating environment includes microsurgery and advanced real-time anesthesia and brain wave monitoring during complex surgical procedures.
- Video monitoring and procedure documentation for procedure accountability and medical record
We take an interdisciplinary approach to care with the interventional neuroradiologist, neurosurgeon, anesthesiologist, primary care physician and radiologist working together to develop the optimal treatment plan for each patient. Our coordinated approach ensures you receive comprehensive care from diagnosis through treatment and rehabilitation.
California Pacific Neuroscience Institute
CPMC Davies Campus
45 Castro Street
San Francisco, CA 94114