- •Approximate 40% cardioembolic stroke patients treated with EVT received tirofiban.
- •Low-dose tirofiban is not associated with symptomatic intracerebral hemorrhage.
- •In-hospital mortality was significantly lower in patients receiving low-dose tirofiban.
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