Mobile stroke units 30 minutes faster than conventional ambulance
1 month ago - By Healio
Mobile stroke units operating in the densely populated area of Manhattan, New York, can reduce the dispatch-to-thrombolysis time by 30 minutes compared with patients transported via conventional ambulance, and patients have a shorter average ride.
According to the findings published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, mobile stroke units operating in Manhattan had a shorter dispatch-to-thrombolysis time compared with conventional ambulance .
Moreover, patients experiencing ischemic stroke were more likely to be picked up closer to a greater
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