AffiliationUniversity Hospital Limerick
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CitationEnhancing acute stroke services: a quality improvement project. 2018, 7 (3):e000258 BMJ Open Qual
PublisherBMJ open quality
JournalBMJ open quality
AbstractIn a busy stroke centre in Ireland, care for acute stroke was provided by a mixture of general physicians. In acute ischaemic stroke, speed is essential for good outcomes.
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