This case takes place in Kansas and involves a female patient who suffered a stroke. She presented to the hospital with symptoms indicating a stroke and was immediately administered tPA. Neurology exams note that the patient had poor attention and concentration, as well as facial weakness. At some point, the patient was found face-down on the floor of her room. It appeared that the stroke treatment had caused a hemorrhage in her brain, which was later confirmed by CT scan. The patient was reevaluated by neurology and reversal of tPA was initiated. Over the course of the hospital stay, the patient’s neurological symptoms worsened, eventually causing the patient to pass away.