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Table 4 Statistical correlations between sleep disorders after stroke and stroke clinical variables

From: Post-stroke sleep disorders in Egyptian patients by using simply administered questionnaires: a study from Ain Shams University

  Excessive daytime sleeping Insomnia No complaints Parasomnia Sleep-disordered breathing Chi-square test
No. % No. % No. % No. % No. % X2 P value
Type Hemorrhagic 6 46.2% 4 36.36% 5 55.6% 7 35.0% 9 40.91% 1.320 0.857
Ischemic 7 53.8% 7 36.64% 4 44.4% 13 65.0% 13 59.09%
Side Left hemisphere 6 46.15% 5 45.45% 6 66.7% 9 45.0% 7 31.82% 4.843 0.774
Right hemisphere 4 30.77% 3 27.27% 3 33.3% 6 30.0% 8 36.36%
Brainstem 3 23.08% 3 27.27% 0 0.0% 5 25.0% 7 31.82%
Severity (NIHSS) Minor 5 38.5% 5 45.5% 5 55.6% 9 45.0% 16 72.7% 14.243 0.076
Moderate 8 61.5.% 5 45.5% 4 44.4.0% 6 30.0% 5 22.7%
Moderately severe 0 0.0% 1 9.1% 0 0.0% 5 25.0% 1 4.5%
Time 1–4 weeks 8 61.5% 9 81.8% 5 55.6% 10 50.0% 15 68.2% 5.815 0.668
5–8 weeks 5 38.5% 2 18.2% 4 44.4% 9 45.0% 7 31.8%
9–12 weeks 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 1 5.0% 0 0.0%