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IN-HOUSE STROKE AWARENESS 5 Katzan, I. L., Spertus, J., Bettger, J. P., Bravata, D. M., Reeves, M. J., Smith, E. E., & Howard, G. (2014). Risk adjustment of ischemic stroke outcomes for comparing hospital performance: a statement for healthcare professionals from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. Stroke , 45 (3), 918-944. Kwah, L. K., & Diong, J. (2014). National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS). Journal of physiotherapy , 60 (1), 61. Retrieved from Martel, J.M., Ownbey, M., Simmons, C. (2015). Stroke Mimics: A Clinical Dilemma. Relias. Retrieved from - dilemma-for-the-emergency-physician Meyer,B.C., & Lynden,M.P.(2009). The Modified National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale: its Time has Come. International Journal of Stroke , 4 (4), 267–273. McArthur, K., Fan, Y., Pei, Z., & Quinn, T. (2014). Optimizing outcome assessment to improve quality and efficiency of stroke trials. Expert review of pharmacoeconomics & outcomes research , 14 (1), 101-111. National Institute of Health. (2018). Preventing Strokes. Brain Basics. No.11-3440b. (Original work published 2004). Retrieved from - Caregiver-Education/Preventing-Stroke National Stroke Association.[NSA]. ( 2017) Signs and Symptoms of Stroke. Understand Stroke. Retrieved from - symptoms-stroke The National Stroke Association.[NSA]. (n.d.) Improving In-Hospital Stroke Response: A Team-
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