Journal of Nursing
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Patients Reaching Hospital Within 'Golden Hour' More Likely To Get Stroke Drug

Patients who arrived at specific hospitals within an hour of experiencing stroke symptoms received a powerful clot-busting drug twice as often as those who arrived later in the approved time window for treatment, according to a new study presented today.

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Reasearchers Explore New Driver Of Transplant Rejection: Platelets

Platelets, tiny and relatively uncharted tenants of the bloodstream known mostly for their role in blood clotting, turn out to also rally sustained immune system inflammatory responses that play a critical role in organ transplant rejection, according to a new report from Johns Hopkins scientists.

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Surgery Without Scars: Hospital Pioneers Natural Orifice Procedures

After his first weight-loss surgery three years ago, Paul Martin considered getting a tattoo designed around the four small surgical scars on his side

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Green, Black Tea Can Reduce Stroke Risk

Drinking at least three cups of green or black tea a day can significantly reduce the risk of stroke, a new study has found. And the more you drink, the better your odds of staving off a stroke.

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Hospital Decision Area Allows Medical Team to Observe Low-Risk Patients

First, she felt a little faint. Then the chest pain started: "It was steady and constant, not jabbing," Mary Atkins recalled. She called her doctor, who told her to go to the nearest emergency department. The 81-year-old San Jose resident decided to drive to the hosptial.

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