2021
DOI: 10.1002/brb3.2104
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András Folyovich, Réka Mátis, Nadim Al‐Muhanna, Tamás Jarecsny, Eszter Dudás, Dorottya Jánoska, Mihály Pálosi, Anna K. Béres‐Molnár, Gergely Toldi

Abstract: Objectives Risk factors for stroke include psychological effects, such as depression. Festive occasions (such as Christmas in Hungary) may carry a significant emotional impact and may therefore contribute to increased cardiovascular risk. Thrombolytic treatment of acute ischemic stroke has a narrow time window and allows for the precise assessment of stroke incidence. Materials & Methods We analyzed anonymized national data of the number of thrombolytic treatments for acute ischemic stroke and the number of st…

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