Scoping review of acute stroke care management and rehabilitation in low and middle-income countries
Chimatiro, George Lameck
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Stroke is a major public health concern, affecting millions of people worldwide. Care of the condition however, remain inconsistent in developing countries. The purpose of this scoping review was to document evidence of stroke care and service delivery in low and middle-income countries to better inform development of a context-fit stroke model of care.
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