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|Systolic blood pressure variability within 120 hours of admission predicts the functional outcomes at discharge of patients with acute ischemic stroke|
|Tiago Pedro, Pedro Pereira, Ana Sofia Costa, Fábio Almeida, Maria Luísa Loureiro, Teresa Alfaiate, Abílio Gonçalves|
|Journal of Neurocritical Care. 2022;15(1):32-38. Published online 2022 April 19 DOI: https://doi.org/10.18700/jnc.210038|
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