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    Suspected Transient Ischemic Attack(beta)

    Official guideline from the American College of Emergency Physicians.

    summary by Eric Steinberg, DO

    Diagnosis

    Clinical Decision Rules

    Level B

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    Imaging

    Level C

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    Level C

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    Level C

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    Protocols

    Level B

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    Level A
    enerally accepted principles for patient care that reflect a high degree of clinical certainty (eg, based on evidence from 1 or more Class of Evidence I or multiple Class of Evidence II studies).
    Level B
    enerally accepted principles for patient care that reflect a high degree of clinical certainty (eg, based on evidence from 1 or more Class of Evidence I or multiple Class of Evidence II studies).
    Level C
    enerally accepted principles for patient care that reflect a high degree of clinical certainty (eg, based on evidence from 1 or more Class of Evidence I or multiple Class of Evidence II studies).

    Lo BM, Carpenter CR, Hatten BW, et al. American College of Emergency Physicians. Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Evaluation of Adult Patients With Suspected Transient Ischemic Attack in the Emergency Department. Ann Emerg Med. 2016;68(3):354-370.e29.