People who have strokes who are admitted to the hospital on a weekend are more likely to die compared to people admitted on a weekday. Researcher Moira K. Kapral says that, "Stroke severity is not necessarily the reason for this discrepancy." Her study found that seven days after a stroke, people seen on weekends had an 8% percent risk of dying compared to a 7% percent risk of dying for those seen on weekdays. The results stayed the same regardless of age, gender, stroke severity, other medical conditions and the use of blood clot-busting medications. The reason for the differences in rates could be due to hospital staffing, limited access to specialists and procedures done outside of regular hours.

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