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A stroke is an acute neurological injury that occurs when the blood supply to a part of brain is interrupted. Since the affected part of the brain no longer receives enough oxygen, brain cells can begin to die or become damaged; the local brain function can become impaired. Stroke is a medical emergency and can cause permanent neurological damage, and even death, if not promptly diagnosed and treated. A stroke is also called a Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA).


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Deep Vein Thrombosis Prophylaxis High   95 %
Discharged on Antithrombotics High   98 % 100 %
Patients with Atrial Fibrillation Receiving Anticoagulation Therapy High   96 % 100 %
Patients who arrive within 120 minutes of time last known well and have IV tPA adminsitered within 180 minutes High   85 % 88.9 %
Antithrombotic Medication within 48 Hours of Hospitalization High   97 % 100 %
Discharged on Cholesterol Reducing Medication High   93 % 99.5 %
Stroke Education High   88 % 100 %
A Plan for Rehabilitation was Considered High   97 % 100 %
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Last Updated 01/29/2010