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Table. Outcomes in Patients With Ischemic Strokes Receiving Thrombolysis Comparing Stroke Emergency Mobile (STEMO) Groups With Control Weeks STEMO Weeks STEMO Deployment (n = 866) Delivery to hospitals with stroke unit (patients with cardiovascular disease), No. (%)

818 (94.5)

591 (90.9)

Ischemic stroke, No. (%)

614 (70.9)

456 (70.2)

Tissue plasminogen activator treatment, No. (%)

200 (32.6)

110 (24.1)

(n = 192)

(n = 107)

Time, mean (median) [IQR], min

.008

Control Weeks (n = 1460) 1274 (87.3)

P Valueb .02

1041 (71.3) .003

220 (21.1)

.20

(n = 219)

49.9 (22) [9-70]

44.1 (25) [8-68]

.59

43.2 (23) [9-61]

.96

Alarm to imaging

37.7 (35) [30-42]

55.3 (54) [44-65]

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