LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released today by the American Stroke Association:
News Release and News Tips:
- Abstract 205 and 146 -- Most stroke patients not getting clot-busting treatment in timely manner
- Thursday's News Tips
- Abstract 212 -- Young, uninsured or Medicare Part D survivors who can't afford medicines have increased risks for future strokes, other heart disease-related events
- Abstract LB4 -- Robot therapy can improve arm, shoulder mobility after stroke
- Abstract 216 -- MRI can help decide therapy in patients with unclear-onset stroke
- Abstract 127 -- Final data shows experimental agent better than aspirin at preventing stroke in some atrial fibrillation patients
Supporting Multimedia Materials at ISC 2011 Multimedia:
- Downloadable audio or video interview clips with AHA/ASA experts offering perspective on the news releases.
- Video clips with researchers (if available) are added after embargo.
- Animation, images and video footage
Coming up Friday, February 11, 2011:
- News Conference – Late Breaking Clinical Science - 8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. ET. Live streaming and on demand at MedpageToday.com.
- News Release and News Tips
- NEWSROOM: American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference
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SOURCE American Stroke Association