Mobile interventional stroke team travels to patients for providing faster access to surgical treatment

By | August 6, 2021
Stroke patients were almost twice as likely to be functionally independent-;mobile and able to perform daily tasks-;at 90 days post-stroke if they were treated by a specialized mobile stroke team that traveled to them to perform mechanical clot removal, compared to those who were transferred to a thrombectomy stroke center, according to research conducted within the Mount Sinai Health System and published today in Stroke, a journal of the American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association.