The effect of treating people with reversible ischaemic attacks of the brain and eye on the incidence of stroke in Australia.

  • Genevieve Hankey
  • Published 1997 in Australian and New Zealand journal of medicine

Abstract

BACKGROUND Reversible ischaemic attacks of the brain or eye (RIA) are a risk factor for stroke. Strategies of stroke prevention include vascular risk factor control, antithrombotic therapy, and carotid surgery. AIMS To determine the effectiveness, risks and costs of each stroke prevention strategy for patients with RIA and the Australian community, and… (More)

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