The Time of Onset of Ischemic Stroke Was Determined for 1,167 of 1,273 Patients during the Collection of Data by Four Academic Hospital Centers between June 30, 1983, and June 30, 1986. More Strokes Occurred in Awake Patients from 10:00 Am to Noon Than during Any Other 2-Hour Interval. the Incidence of Stroke Onset Declined Steadily during the Remainder of the Day and Early Evening. the Onset of Stroke is Least Likely to Occur in the Late Evening, Before Midnight. © 1989 American Heart Association, Inc.
J. R. Marler and T. R. Price and G. L. Clark and J. E. Muller and T. Robertson and J. P. Mohr and D. B. Hìer and P. A. Wolf and L. R. Caplan and M. A. Foulkes, "Morning Increase in Onset of Ischemic Stroke," Stroke, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 473 - 476, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins; American Heart Association, Jan 1989.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1161/01.STR.20.4.473
Keywords and Phrases
Cerebral ischemia; Circadian rhythm; Stroke onset
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01 Jan 1989