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Prehospital and Disaster Medicine (C, lights and sirens) for 31% of thrombolyzed patients during the 1st period, and for 80% during the 2nd period. The mean time ambulance personnel spent at the home was 20 minutes during both periods. In-hospital door-to-needle time was < 60 minutes in 11% of patients during the 1st period, and in 56% during the 2nd period. Ambulance personnel treated 1,094 stroke patients during the study. All procedures were performed and documented correctly in 10% ofdoi:10.1017/s1049023x11004511 fatcat:pwcx3u25j5bnjgqu2e4scplhyi