Relative Survival After Transient Ischaemic Attack: Results From the Program of Research Informing Stroke Management (PRISM) Study

@article{Gattellari2012RelativeSA,
  title={Relative Survival After Transient Ischaemic Attack: Results From the Program of Research Informing Stroke Management (PRISM) Study},
  author={Melina Gattellari and Chris Goumas and Frances Garden M. Biost and John Worthington},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={2012},
  volume={43},
  pages={79–85}
}
Background and Purpose— There is a lack of modern-day data quantifying the effect of transient ischemic attack (TIA) on survival, and recent data do not take into account expected survival. Methods— Data for 22 157 adults hospitalized with a TIA from July 1, 2000, to June 30, 2007, in New South Wales, Australia, were linked with registered deaths to June 30, 2009. We estimated survival relative to the age- and sex-matched general population up to 9-years after hospitalization for TIA comparing… Expand
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