NHS England: Acute and/or combined stroke units with access to scanning for patients with a stroke within 3 hours of admission

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Provider: Department of Health

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Hyperacute service is defined as a service which is able to see and investigate stroke patients within 3 hours of stroke to assess suitability for thrombolysis. Acute Service is defined as a service which is able to see and investigate stroke patients urgently after stroke to provide a full range of care to patients from admission but does not offer thrombolysis Rehabilitation service is defined as a service which is able to see patients for rehabilitation.

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Added to data.gov.uk 09/02/2010
Theme Health
Geographic coverage England, Wales, Northern Ireland
Precision one decimal place
Update frequency every two years
Taxonomy URL http://www.ic.nhs.uk/webfiles/Work%20with%20us/consultations/CQI/In...
Mandate No value
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