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Table 1 Demographic data and risk factors of ICH patients

From: Proper timing of control of hypertension and outcome in acute spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage

Variable Favorable group (70) Unfavorable group ( 80) P value
mRS N (%) 0–2 70 (46.7%) NA
3–6 80 (53.3%)
Age (mean ± SD)
70.1 ± 13 years
< 50 11 (15.7%) 6 (7.5%) P = 0.000*
50–64 31 (44.3%) 20 (25%)
65–79 20 (28.6%) 24 (30%)
≥ 80 8 (11.4%) 30 (37.5%)
Sex
F/M (1:1.21)
Female (68) 32 (45.7%) 36 (45%) P = 0.93
Male (82) 38 (54.3%) 44(55%)
HTN + 47 (67.1%) 56 (70%) P = 0.84
23 (32.9%) 24 (30%)
DM + 10 (14.3%) 13 (16.3%) P = 0.91
60 (85.7%) 67 (83.7%)
Hepatic disease + 8 (11.4%) 15 (18.7%) P = 0.31
62 (88.6%) 65 (81.3%)
Renal impairment + 8 (11.4%) 17 (21.2%) P = 0.16
62 (88.6%) 63 (78.8%)
IHD + 7 (10%) 9 (11.3%) P = 0.98
63 (90%) 71(88.7%)
Anticoagulant or Antiplatelet + 8 (11.4%) 12 (15%) P = 0.68
62 (88.6%) 68 (85%)
GCS 13–15 57 (81.5%) 20 (25%) P <0.0001*
5–12 9 (12.8%) 35 (43.8%)
3–4 4 (5.7%) 25 (31.2%)
Duration of hospitalization (unite) 10.9 ± 9.1 21.7 ± 8.7 P = 0.005* (t test)
  1. mRS modified Rankin Scale, HTN hypertension, DM diabetes mellitus, IHD ischemic heart disease, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale
  2. *Statistically significant