Keeping abreast of emerging evidence in a field such as stroke is a difficult task for busy practitioners. Since the first edition of these guidelines appeared four years ago, many hundreds of new references have been published, several requiring major changes in the way stroke care should be delivered.High quality treatment may save a patient’s life or result in reduced disability. Guidelines can never provide the answers for every situation and do not replace sound clinical judgement and common sense. These guidelines do, however, provide a framework for such care and are intended to be just as practical and relevant for non-specialists as for specialists.
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