Tag Archives: Organisation of Stroke Services

Women Have Poorer Quality of Life After Stroke (BBC News)

Summary Research in the United States, covering 1,370 patients three months and a year after a stroke, has found that women tend to have a poorer quality of life after a stroke than men. Women tend to have strokes at a … Continue reading

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The Organisation of Stroke Services, Process of Care, and Mortality in England (BMJ)

Summary The authors investigated the relationships between the organisation of hospital stroke services, care quality and 30 day mortality in patients admitted with acute ischaemic stroke. Over one hundred hospitals in England within the Stroke Improvement National Audit Programme and 2010 … Continue reading

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