The Long-Term Sustainability of Procedures Identified with Hydrocephalus

Authors : Skyla Swigelaar

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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Hydrocephalus occurs in cases of a buildup of excess cerebrospinal fluid widely regarded as CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) in either the cavities of or the ventricles in the brain. It affects an alarming 380 000 new people every year, afflicted upon approximately 85 persons per 100 000 people, among those people data states that for every 100 000 pediatrics 88 are affected, for every 100 000 adults 11 are affected and finally for every 100 000 elderly 175 are affected thus showing us a significant difference in cases ranging ages.  Methods A study was conducted on May 31, 2023, concluding July 25, 2023, in which current and previously noted clinical trials, clinically focused research papers and data prided articles centered around hydrocephalus were examined. This study was conducted to help answer the research question provided, the long-term sustainability of procedures identified with hydrocephalus.  Results After a thorough moderated and overviewed examination of clinical trials, research papers as well as established grey literature articles attentive to various aspects of hydrocephalus a conclusion can be made with the found statistics and data henceforth, I begin the introductory discussion to this research paper, the long- term sustainability of procedures associated with hydrocephalus.


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