Recomendaciones AHA / ASA para atención primaria | 28 SEP 21

Atención de adultos después de un accidente cerebrovascular

Declaración de la American Heart Association y la American Stroke Association sobre el papel de los médicos de atención primaria en el seguimiento del paciente después del accidente cerebrovascular.
Autor/a: Walter N. Kernan, Anthony J. Viera, Sandra A. Billinger, Dawn M. Bravata y otros. Stroke-A Scientific Statements July 18, 2021
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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