Percent of Utah adults who could identify 5 stroke warning signs and would call 911 if they thought someone was having a stroke.
How We Calculated the Rates
All survey respondents aged 18 and over who correctly identified all 5 signs and symptoms of stroke and reported that they
would call 911 if they thought someone was having a stroke.
All survey respondents aged 18 and over, except those whose answers were missing or refused.
Date Indicator Content Last Updated: 10/06/2010
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