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Courtesy calls

Roger Gamon Service improvement manager, Greater Manchester and Cheshire CHD Collaborative
Declan Harte Pursuing perfection programme manager, East Lancashire
Neil Barnes Clinical governance general manager, Greater Manchester Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Philip Higham Assistant clinical audit manager, Manchester Royal Infirmary
Fiona Lecky Consultant in emergency medicine, Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust

ROGER GAMON and colleagues describe how courtesy calls to myocardial infarction teams can reduce door-to-needle times

Thrombolysis administration is an integral part of the modern management of acute myocardial infarction (MI) and, for eligible patients, it can have a profound effect on prognosis and outcome.

Emergency Nurse. 12, 3, 20-23. doi: 10.7748/en2004.06.12.3.20.c1158

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