Many "mini-stroke" patients delay treatment

05/5/2010 | Reuters

U.K. researchers discovered that many patients who suffered a transient ischemic attack or "mini-stroke" did not seek medical attention within 24 hours after the event as prescribed by current guidelines. Researchers said more education is needed to help people understand the symptoms of stroke and the need for immediate medical attention.

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