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Patients in Sri-Lanka are receiving inadequate care after having a stroke

The quality of care of post-stroke patients in Sri-Lanka is sorely deficient. Of 200 stroke patients, 48% had high blood pressure, 26% had diabetes. 15% of each were previously undiagnosed.

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About: Patients in Sri-Lanka are receiving inadequate care after having a stroke

Date: 4 June 2004

Source: Daily News

Author: Edward Arambewala

URL: http://www.dailynews.lk/2004/06/04/new25.html

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