Monday, November 24, 2008

From the No Kidding Department...

A recent headline from U.S. News and World Report:

Specialized stroke care improves outcomes. From the article of Nov. 20, 2008:

Stroke patients treated at community hospitals with specialized stroke care and telemedicine support from major stroke centers are more likely to survive and live independently than patients treated at hospitals without stroke units, a German study finds.

It's vital to get stroke patients to the right place or in communication with the right people. Ideally both. This can be crucial in the outcome of a stroke.

As Thanksgiving Day gets closer, I give the Lord thanks that I was able to get into the hands of people who knew exactly what to do.

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