Last updated on August 2017

Mild and Rapidly Improving Stroke Study MaRISS


Brief description of study

Mild and Rapidly Improving Stroke Study MaRISS

Detailed Study Description

MaRISS is a prospective observational study to define the 90-day outcomes of patients with mild and/or rapidly improving stroke by a telephone-based assessment of stroke outcomes based on established and validated measures including the mRS, BI, SIS-16 and EuroQOL. The efficacy and safety outcomes of patients with mild and improving strokes treated with thrombolytics will be explored by comparing them to those treated conservatively without thrombolytics.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX151544

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Candida Barlow, MSN RN

St. John Clinical Research Institute
Tulsa, OK USA
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