Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care
by the Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party
Publisher: Royal College of Physicians 2006
Number of pages: 128
Keeping abreast of emerging evidence in a field such as stroke is a difficult task for busy practitioners. High quality treatment may save a patient's life or result in reduced disability. These guidelines provide a framework for such care and are intended to be just as practical and relevant for non-specialists as for specialists.
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