August 2011
Modern Healthcare;8/29/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 35, p9
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A chart is presented that lists the percentage of patients treated within the 90-minute time frame for emergency angioplasties, measured from arrival of patient at the hospital to restoration of blood flow from 2005-2010 including 44.2 percent in 2005, 82 percent in 2008, and 91.4 percent in 2010.


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