Brain Aneurysm Treatment at Swedish, Denver
Offering Specialized Physicians & Advanced Technology to Treat Ruptured and Unruptured Aneurysms in the Brain
Brain aneurysms are more common than many people realize, afflicting up to five percent of the U.S. population. Despite this high frequency, only a few select medical centers are equipped to provide the full range of services necessary to effectively diagnose and treat these complex conditions. Swedish Medical Center is one of them. Our expert team of specialized physicians and our advanced medical technology allow us to offer the most complete range of treatment options available for patients today.
Specialized, Coordinated Care: Swedish's dedicated medical team has the advanced expertise and extensive experience necessary to treat complex neurovascular diseases and aneurysms.
Our Aneurysm Treatment Team
- Vascular Neurosurgeons
- Interventional Neuroradiologists
- Neuro Anesthesiologists
- Neurodiagnostic Technologists
- Critical Care Nurses and Nursing Care Coordinators
- Neurosciences Unit Staff
- High-resolution Bi-plane Angiography
- 3-D Rotational Angiography
- Intra-operative Angiography
- CT Angiography (CTA)
- CT Perfusion Imaging
- MR Angiography (MRA)
- MRI Perfusion Imaging
- Functional MRI
Comprehensive Brain Aneurysm Treatment
At Swedish, we offer patients the most comprehensive range of advanced surgical and minimally invasive endovascular techniques for the treatment of both ruptured and unruptured aneurysms. This wide array of available services enables physicians to determine the optimum therapy for each patient based on critical factors that range from the size, location and type of aneurysm to the health and medical history of the patient.
With the advent of balloon-assisted techniques, and, more recently, the development of unique intravascular stents, management of wide-neck and complex aneurysms is now possible without the need for open surgery in many cases.
Aneurysm Treatment Options
- Surgical Clipping
- Vascular Occlusion and Bypass
- Endovascular Embolization
- Endovascular Stenting and Coiling