Stroke Care Pathway Breaks Down for the Mentally Ill
1 month ago - By MedPageToday
People with mental health troubles in recent years were less likely to have strokes treated with thrombolysis or thrombectomy, a finding that is likely in part due to lower recognition of stroke symptoms, according to a nationwide...
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