A third of stroke patients are still not treated in a specialist unit despite improvements in access, a national audit has shown.
And fewer than half of patients receive brain imaging within 24 hours, a figure experts said was "unacceptably low". ... Patients who receive care in a specialist unit have a 50% reduced risk of death and better long-term recovery.
AND THE CARE-LEVEL VARIES FROM REGION TO REGION. FROM BAD, TO WORSE... AND WORSE. OVERALL: THEY HAVE BAD CARE.
IF SOCIALIZED HEALTHCARE DOESN'T WORK THERE, WHY ON THE HECK WOULD ANYONE WANT TO DO IT HERE IN THE USA?
IT MAKES NO SENSE.
YET EVERY SINGLE DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT WANTS TO HAVE "UNIVERSAL" CARE AND PAY FOR IT WITH TAX DOLLARS - JUST LIKE MERRY-OL' UK. WHERE THE RESULTS SUCK.
DON'T FALL FOR IT!