Pulse pressure variability is associated with unfavorable outcomes in acute ischaemic stroke patients treated with intravenous thrombolysis

A. H. Katsanos, A. V. Alexandrov, P. Mandava, M. Köhrmann, L. Soinne, A. D. Barreto, V. K. Sharma, R. Mikulik, K. W. Muir, T. Rothlisberger, J. C. Grotta, C. R. Levi, C. A. Molina, M. Saqqur, L. Palaiodimou, T. Psaltopoulou, M. R. Vosko, T. Moreira, J. B. Fiebach, M. RubieraE. C. Sandset, A. de Havenon, T. A. Kent, A. W. Alexandrov, P. D. Schellinger, G. Tsivgoulis

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