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The field of medical science is heavily driven by technology. The neurosurgeons plan their interventions with precision using the Medtronics Steath Neuro-navigation System, the first of it’s kind to be introduced in Nepal.

Minimally invasive and endoscopic procedures are used to avoid major surgical incisions, reduce tissue damage, shorten the recovery phase and hospital stay. Three recent-generation Leica and Zeiss microscopes aid in micro-neurosurgery of the brain and spine.  These add significant benefits for the patients.

The Cavitron Ultrasonic Suction Aspirator (CUSA), is used to effectively remove tumours in brain and spine while ensuring patient safety through neuromonitoring.

Intervention Neuroradiology

Neurologists using advanced electro-physiological tests, EEG and  video EEG, monitor the brain waves and neural impulses.

Neuro-radiologists examine the brain and spine along with the mapping of tracts and location of deep seated tumours particularly in the eloquent areas of the brain using tractography and functional imaging in our 1.5 Tesla MRI.

The images can be immediately accessed throughout the hospital through the Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS).

In 2020, a Biplane Cath Lab, the first one in Nepal, has added a feather to our cap. This miracle machine helps our neuro-interventionist to accurately visualise in 3D the brain and spinal vasculature for endo-vascular prodcedures. This advanced medical machine is backed up by the “Stroke Team”, a special team of experts  who standby to handle the endovascular procedures with deftness and safety. These armamentarium, make UDM-NINAS 'The Destination'  for management of sudden stroke and aneurysm.