Stroke patients still denied best practice care


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Acute stroke care quality in Australia has stagnated, costing lives and leaving thousands of Australians with unnecessary disability, according to a new National Stroke Foundation Report released today. The 2015 Acute Services Audit, launched at Royal Melbourne Hospital, revealed that despite significant advancements in the treatment and care for stroke, patients were still being denied

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