Door Drug | definition of Door Drug by Medical dictionary
The time that elapses—ideally < 30 minutes—between when a patient with chest pain arrives at A&E/ER and there’s enough data to confirm an evolving acute MI, and the patient receives a thrombolytic—e.g., tPA, streptokinase
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