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Fax machines for thrombolysis
  1. Professor of Medicine,
  2. Division of Cardiology,
  3. George Washington University,
  4. 2150 Pennsylvania Avenue NW,
  5. Washington, DC 20037, USA

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Sir,—I hate to write a letter to the editor commenting on another letter to the editor, but I wish to comment not only on the remarks made by Hooghoudt and colleagues1 but also on the two original articles,2 ,3 which escaped my notice when first published.

Fax machines truly contribute to better patient care, not only in decisions regarding thrombolysis but also in other common clinical situations. On many …

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