Ambulance times and calls for suspected stroke and TIA (mini-stroke) during the COVID-19 pandemic : What’s in the papers?


Five members of the Cork Stroke Support group have conducted research with Edel Burton, Pharmacist and PhD researcher in University College Cork. They wanted to combine the results from published papers to look at the effects of COVID-19 on ambulance times and the number of calls made by adult suspected stroke or TIA (mini-stroke) survivors. The summary below presents information on how the study was carried out and what was found by the team.

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