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Journal article: Start making stroke treatment decisions in the ambulance

Making hospitals tPA-capable was the first big step in stroke treatment, identifying hospitals that can perform thrombectomy surgery is the next one

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Hemorrhagic stroke symptoms, treatment and medical malpractice

87% of strokes are ischemic and 13% are hemorrhagic

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The Joint Commission announces new standards for Primary Stroke Centers

Painter Law Firm's medical malpractice attorneys are experienced in handling stroke cases

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Stroke centers, treatment, and medical malpractice

May is National Stroke Awareness Month: Learn stroke symptoms and how to increase your odds of a good outcome

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Houston, Texas stroke malpractice attorney/lawyer explains how to find the best stroke hospitals

Find the best stroke hospital closest to you on our list of every stroke center in Texas

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Strokes in children and young adults are frequently misdiagnosed

Stroke treatment must start quickly to prevent permanent injuries

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Lawsuit: Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital doctors misdiagnose imminent stroke (filed by Attorney Robert Painter)

38-year-old man goes to an ER three days in a row, has massive stroke shortly after discharge on third day

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With symptoms of stroke or transient ischemic attack, call 911 immediately

With every passing minute, a stroke patient loses about two million neurons or brain cells

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Stroke misdiagnosis lawsuits: When hospitals and doctors miss diagnosis of stroke, patients pay a hefty price

Our experienced Houston medical malpractice lawyers know how to handle the unique challenges of stroke cases

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Lawsuit: The Methodist Hospital ignores stroke symptoms and causes permanent brain injury

Doctors and nurses at Eddy Scurlock Stroke Center send young African American woman home with no treatment, despite textbook stroke symptoms

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