Thrombolysis within the “Golden Hour” in “Real Life”: Data from the Austrian Stroke Registry

Intravenous thrombolysis performed within 90 minutes has a two-fold better outcome than thrombolysis performed at 3 hours or thereafter. In clinical practice, only a minority is treated within the Golden Hour.

Aims of were to study the timing of thrombolysis and to analyse variables related to outcome differences.

 

Project staff:

Dr. Peter Santer

Dr. Stefan Krebs

DI Leonhard Seyfang

Dr. Yvonne Teuschl

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