Neuronavigation is the set of computer-assisted technologies used by neurosurgeons to guide or ease or navigate within the confines of the skull or vertebral column during surgery.
Cavitron Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator (CUSA)
The Cavitron Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator is a unique modality for precise tumour removal without adversely affecting the surrounding healthy tissue.
World Class Modular OT
WIINS also has 3 International standards Modular Operation Theatres designed equipped with latest technology to provide the standard surgical environment .
Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber
WIINs has installed Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber for the speedy rehabilitation of the patients. In this chamber the body's natural healing process is enhanced by inhalation of 100% oxygen in a total body under increased and controlled atmospheric pressure.
Intra-operative Nerve Monitoring (IONM)
Intraoperative NIM nerve monitoring systems enable surgeons to identify, confirm, and monitor motor nerve function to help reduce the risk of nerve damage during various neuro surgical procedures.
After brain surgery, it will take time for the patient to return to his daily life. While the brain is able to heal itself, it is a slow process that varies greatly from patient to patient. This healing process depends upon surgical procedure done, location and area of brain / Spine injury, patient’s age and health. Depending on the nature of disorder and because of surgical procedure carried out, brain temporarily loses some of its function . In order to regain these lost functionalities proper rehabilitation is necessary for the patients. In WIINS we have dedicated neurophysiotherapy lab for this rehabilitation process. Its salient features are as follows-