Criteria: The trust achieves this measure if at least 35% of patients with a haemorrhagic stroke prescribed with an anticoagulant agent receive the indicated anticoagulant reversal agent within 1 hour of arrival at hospital
Measurement: Time from arrival at hospital to administration of appropriate anticoagulant reversal agent
Denominator: Confirmed primary intracerebral haemorrhage patients with out of hospital symptom onset, who were on anticoagulant medication amenable to reversal prior to admission
Relevant questions from the SSNAP dataset
Q1.9 What was the diagnosis?
Q1.10 Was the patient already an inpatient at the time of the stroke?
Q1.13 Date/time patient arrived at first hospital
Q2.1.7 Was the patient on anticoagulant medication prior to admission?
Q2.1.7a What anticoagulation was the patient prescribed before their stroke?
Q2.5 What was the type of stroke?
Q2.15 Was the patient given anticoagulant reversal therapy?
Q2.15.1 What reversal agent was given
Q2.15.1 Date/time reversal agent was given