neurology
Stroke

Patients with mild acute ischaemic stroke treated with low-dose alteplase


Patients with mild acute ischaemic stroke (AIS) and a favourable risk profile can be treated with low-dose alteplase, Australian researchers say. A study led by the George Institute for Global Health used data from the international ENCHANTED study and a validation cohort from a South Korean stroke registry. The ENCHANTED data showed patients receiving the ...

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