Aneurysm and hemorrhage care

Using cerebral angiography, the neurovascular team at St. Luke’s Health has the capabilities to effectively detect aneurysms and the expertise to determine the best treatment plan for you.

Using the Latest Technology to Treat Aneurysms

St. Luke’s Health is the first hospital in Texas to treat patients using PulseRider, a novel neurovascular device that enables minimally invasive endovascular treatment of patients diagnosed with wide-necked bifurcation aneurysms, complex brain aneurysms originating on or near a vessel bifurcation at the base of the skull.

Additionally, our team specializes in microvascular brain surgery and minimally invasive endovascular neurosurgery options for treating aneurysms, including:

  • Clipping
  • Coiling
  • Flow Diversion

The Expertise to Halt Hemorrhages 

St. Luke’s Health neurosurgeons specialize in open microsurgery for the treatment of hemorrhages (ruptured blood vessels). Our team utilizes Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound for early detection of vasospasm in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage. We continuously monitor intracranial pressure to detect cerebral edema, swelling caused by excessive fluid in the brain, and optimize cerebral blood flow. For intracerebral hemorrhages, which often occur with stroke, our Comprehensive Stroke Centers offer the highest level of stroke care available.

Featured Updates

What Artificial Intelligence Can Do for Stroke Patients

JUN 07, 2021

Baylor St. Luke’s has invested in Viz.ai’s technology to improve their stroke care, allowing for quicker triage, diagnosis, and treatment of strokes.

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Can Brain Games Improve Cognitive Ability?

APR 29, 2021

Most of us have heard about the billion-dollar “brain games” industry that provides mental challenges to improve cognitive ability. But does this brain training really work? Recent studies have shown an improvement in different cognitive domains afte

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