New antithrombotic strategies needed for timely administration in stroke patients: study

Victorian clinicians have identified a strategy to shorten time to antithrombotic administration in ischaemic stroke – a target that they say is a neglected aspect of acute stroke care in Australia. While national audits show that 64% of patients in Australia receive antithrombotics within the recommended 48 hours, that figure falls well below international guideline ...

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