Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:AuSCR (Australian Stroke Clinical Registry), ICD-10-AM (International Classification of Diseases 10th Revision, Australian Modification), TIA (transient ischemic attack)
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Supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council Stroke123 Partnership Grant (1034415) and Centre of Research Excellence in Aphasia Recovery and Rehabilitation (1153236). The following authors receive Research Fellowship support from the National Health and Medical Research Council: Monique F. Kilkenny (1109426), Nadine Andrew (1072053), Sarah J. Wallace (1175821), and Dominique A. Cadilhac (1154273).
Patient-level data from this study cannot be shared. Qualified investigators may access the data after approval from ethics committees and data custodians.
Disclosures: Professor Cadilhac reports grants from Boehringer Ingelheim and Amgen paid to her institution unrelated to this research. She is the Data Custodian for the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry. Associate Professor Kilkenny reports a grant from Amgen paid to her institution unrelated to this research. She is a member of the Management Committee for the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry. The other authors have nothing to disclose.