The Canadian Stroke Quality of Care Study: establishing indicators for optimal acute stroke care

Lindsay, M. Patrice; Kapral, Moira K.; Gladstone, David J.; Holloway, Robert; Tu, Jack V.; Laupacis, Andreas; Grimshaw, Jeremy M.
February 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;2/1/2005, Vol. 172 Issue 3, p363
Academic Journal
Presents information on the research entitled Canadian Stroke Quality of Care Study released by the Canadian health care sector in February 2005. Number of patients in Canada admitted to hospitals annually due to stroke; Objective of the care study; Criteria used in the quality-of-care study.


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