P Sobrino García

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OBJECTIVE This study aims to determine which factors are associated with delays in door-to needle (DTN) time in our hospital. This will help us design future strategies to shorten time to treatment with intravenous thrombolysis (IVT). METHODS Retrospective analysis of a prospective cohort of patients with ischaemic stroke treated with IVT in our hospital(More)
INTRODUCTION Population ageing, the rising demand for healthcare, and the establishment of acute stroke treatment programs have given rise to increases in the number and complexity of neurological emergency cases. Nevertheless, many centres in Spain still lack on-call emergency neurologists. METHODS We conducted a retrospective study to describe the role(More)
INTRODUCTION The A-S-C-O classification may be better than other methods for classifying ischaemic stroke by aetiology. Our aims are to describe A-S-C-O phenotype distribution (A: atherosclerosis, S: small vessel disease, C: cardiac source, O: other causes; 1: potential cause, 2: causality uncertain, 3: unlikely to be a direct cause although disease is(More)
The levels of specific soluble aspartyl aminopeptidase activity were assayed in retina, occipital cortex, anterior pituitary, posterior pituitary, pineal gland and serum of adult male rats, using Asp-2-naphthylamide as substrate, in a 12:12 h light:dark cycle (7-19 h light). Significant diurnal variations appeared in retina, pineal gland, occipital cortex(More)
Soluble Leu-beta-naphthylamide hydrolysing activity (arylamidase activity) was assayed in retina, superior cervical ganglia, several brain areas and serum of adult male rats, at different time points of a 12:12h light:dark cycle (from 7h to 19h light). The results demonstrated a left or right biased asymmetrical distribution of this activity depending on(More)
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