Friday, February 11, 2011 - 12:20 in Health & Medicine
Every minute counts after the onset of a stroke. The more time that elapses before a patient receives an intravenous drug to help break up the clot that is blocking a blood vessel in the brain, the slimmer the chances of a good outcome...
- Most stroke patients don't get clot-busting treatment in timely manner, study findsFri, 11 Feb 2011, 9:33:02 EST
- Most stroke patients not getting clot-busting treatment in timely mannerThu, 10 Feb 2011, 18:32:32 EST
- Clot-busting drugs effective in patients with unwitnessed strokesWed, 24 Feb 2010, 13:59:02 EST
- Stroke patients who reach hospitals within 'golden hour' twice as likely to get clot-busting drugWed, 18 Feb 2009, 11:22:20 EST
- Drug may improve outcomes in mild stroke patients, save $200 million annuallyWed, 9 Feb 2011, 11:35:12 EST