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07 September 2015

Identifying a stroke quickly

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For victims of stroke, every second counts! The quicker a patient can receive thrombolytic drugs for an ischaemic stroke, the greater their chances of survival. If you suspect someone is having a stroke, it is important that you don't wait to see what happens - get them to their nearest stroke unit or hospital equipped to deal with a stroke as quickly as possible.

Visit our Stroke Centre for more information about strokes!

 
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