The New Standards for Prehospital Stroke Patient Destinations; the Dawn of a New Era in EMS

March 11, 2021
The destination for prehospital patients with suspected stroke has been controversial for many years. Should they be taken to the closest ED, the closest stroke ready hospital, or the closest comprehensive stroke center? Does rural, suburban, or urban location matter when selecting a receiving institution? The new AHA white paper addresses this and more.
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Mobile Stroke Units - Linking Ultra Early Care and Outcomes

December 2, 2020
Imagine a mobile stroke unit, with a CT scanner, arriving to care for stroke patients at the first point of medical contact. What are the possibilities and what are the data?
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Controversies in Prehospital Medicine: Choosing the Destination Medical Center for Stroke Patients

December 2, 2020
Once a stroke is suspected in the field, it stands to reason that the destination matters for the patient. But how much does it matter and where should patients be taken? Data meets politics in this compelling podcast.
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The Future of Mobile Stroke Units – The Frontier is Here…

November 12, 2020
In today’s technology-savvy world, we have come to expect getting goods and services delivered on demand and on our terms. We want things right away. The concept of having to wait for something is somewhat frowned down upon.
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