How should we treat patients who wake up with a stroke? A review of recent advances in management of acute ischemic stroke☆,☆☆

@article{Biggs2019HowSW,
  title={How should we treat patients who wake up with a stroke? A review of recent advances in management of acute ischemic stroke☆,☆☆},
  author={D. Biggs and M. Silverman and F. Chen and B. Walsh and Peter Wynne},
  journal={American Journal of Emergency Medicine},
  year={2019},
  volume={37},
  pages={954–959}
}
&NA; Acute ischemic strokes account for 85% of all strokes and are the fifth leading cause of mortality in the United States. About one in five of all ischemic strokes occur during sleep and are not noticed until the patient wakes up with neurological deficits. There is growing evidence to support that a significantly higher number of stroke patients could benefit from more aggressive care, especially those patients who wake up with strokes. There is increasing research to support a… Expand
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