A National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute report says that patients suffering h
A National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute report says that patients suffering heart attacks are being forced to wait too long in hospital emergency rooms, and that hospitals should try to administer clot-busting drugs within 30 minutes of a heart attack victim's arrival -- Maine Medical Center in Portland is exceeding that goal with a new heart attack treatment team, and some heart attack patients are given clot-busting drugs within 12 minutes of their arrival in the hospital's emergency room -- Details
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