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Hospitals can speed stroke treatment, but it's not easy

from NPR

When a patient who has had a stroke enters the emergency room, it's a race against the clock. Those who receive the clotbusting drug tPA within 60 minutes of experiencing stroke symptoms have the best chance of avoiding brain damage or death, but studies show that only 30 percent of patients eligible for treatment with the drug get it within this "golden hour." more

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