Re: Odds Aren’t On the Side of Medicare Stroke Survivors: Study.
- From: "Ellen K." <firstinitiallastname@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2010 02:13:28 -0800
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On 12/18/2010 11:23 PM, Ellen K. wrote:
"outsider" <outsider@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 12/17/2010 4:24 AM, oolds wrote:http://blogs.wsj.com/health/2010/12/16/odds-arent-on-the-side-of-medicare-stroke-survivors-study/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+wsj%2Fhealth%2Ffeed+%28WSJ.com%3A+Health+Blog%29
So you survive a stroke and are discharged from the hospital, probably
counting your blessings that you’re still alive. But if you’re a
Medicare beneficiary, it’s not likely to be smooth sailing: a new
study finds the odds of either ending up dead or back in the hospital
within a year are 62%.
Whats the percentage of those who don't quit smoking or don't quit
My friend who recently had a stroke (I've posted about this here) is 68
and a Medicare beneficiary. She does not smoke or drink. She is also not
Do you consider your friend to be on an edge of a bell curve distribution, or somewhere in the middle?
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