publication . Other literature type . Article . 2014

A Randomized Clinical Trial

Martin Ebinger; Benjamin Winter; Matthias Wendt; Joachim E. Weber; Carolin Waldschmidt; Michal Rozanski; Alexander Kunz; Peter Koch; Philipp A. Kellner; Daniel Gierhake; ...
  • Published: 23 Apr 2014
  • Publisher: American Medical Association (AMA)
Abstract
RESULTS Time reduction was assessed in all patients with a stroke dispatch from the entire catchment area in STEMO weeks (3213 patients) vs control weeks (2969 patients) and in patients in whom STEMO was available and deployed (1804 patients) vs control weeks (2969 patients). Compared with thrombolysis during control weeks, there was a reduction of 15 minutes (95% CI, 11-19) in alarm-to-treatment times in the catchment area during STEMO weeks (76.3 min; 95% CI, 73.2-79.3 vs 61.4 min; 95% CI, 58.7-64.0; P < .001). Among patients for whom STEMO was deployed, mean alarm-to-treatment time (51.8 min; 95% CI, 49.0-54.6) was shorter by 25 minutes (95% CI, 20-29; P < .0...
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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2014

A Randomized Clinical Trial

Martin Ebinger; Benjamin Winter; Matthias Wendt; Joachim E. Weber; Carolin Waldschmidt; Michal Rozanski; Alexander Kunz; Peter Koch; Philipp A. Kellner; Daniel Gierhake; ...