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The interobserver reliability of a rating scale employed in several multicenter stroke trials was investigated. Twenty patients who had a stroke were rated with this scale by four clinical stroke fellows. Each patient was independently evaluated by one pair of observers. The degree of interrater agreement for each item on the scale was determined by(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Several emerging stroke therapies require patients to be treated within several hours of symptom onset. Past studies have documented a significant delay between symptom onset and hospital presentation. As part of an experimental treatment study using tissue-type plasminogen activator, we began a multifaceted program of public and(More)
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