Clinical Application Prospect of Semi Cranial Open Decompression Technology

Lu Shoulong1*, Tang Ying2 & Ying Qi1

1Department of Neurosurgery, Shanghai Naval Hospital, China
2Laboratory of animal experiment and medical information, Shanghai Naval Medical Research Institute, China

Dr. Lu Shoulong, Department of Neurosurgery, Shanghai Naval Hospital, China.

Keywords: Semi Cranial Open Decompression (SCOD); Cerebral Apoplexy


Semi Cranial Open Decompression (SCOD) technology is a new neurosurgical method, which is mainly suitable for patients with severe or extremely severe stroke. The implementation of this technology can save the lives of some patients and reduce the disability rate.
Nowadays, the incidence rate, disability rate and mortality rate of severe and extremely severe stroke are high. Based on many years of clinical experience and animal experiments, and combined with the initial practice of open decompression for severe traumatic brain injury, the author creatively proposes to SCOD technology, So as to save the lives of some patients and reduce the disability rate.

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