Faster thrombolytics have good outcomes in everyday practice, study finds

06/4/2014 | NEJM Journal Watch

A population-based study that included almost 85,000 stroke patients suggested the chances for good outcomes increased with earlier thrombolytic treatment. German researchers reported in BMJ that the study shows "the importance of speeding up the process for thrombolytic therapy in hospital and before admission to achieve shorter time from door to needle and from onset to treatment."

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