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Barriers from calling ambulance after recognizing stroke differed in adults younger or older than 75 years old in China

Overview of attention for article published in BMC Neurology, November 2019
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Barriers from calling ambulance after recognizing stroke differed in adults younger or older than 75 years old in China
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BMC Neurology, November 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12883-019-1480-6
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Li, Shengde, Cui, Li-Ying, Anderson, Craig, Gao, Chunpeng, Yu, Chengdong, Shan, Guangliang, Wang, Longde, Peng, Bin

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#12,468,327
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#1,452
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#228,998
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#154
of 181 outputs
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