Pan et al Socioeconomic Status and Quality of Stroke Care 2837 by levels of education , occupational class , and average family income per capita on quality of care in stroke patients

@inproceedings{Pan2016PanEA,
  title={Pan et al Socioeconomic Status and Quality of Stroke Care 2837 by levels of education , occupational class , and average family income per capita on quality of care in stroke patients},
  author={Yuesong Pan and Ruoling Chen and Zixiao Li and Hao Li and Xingquan Zhao and Liping Liu and Chunxue Wang and Yilong Wang},
  year={2016}
}
Stroke is the leading cause of disability and the second cause of death in the world. There is evidence that increased quality of care during the early phase of stroke is significantly associated with reduced risk of disability and mortality. However, the quality of stroke care has varied globally; high-income countries have better quality of stroke care… CONTINUE READING