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Table 1 Demographic, medical history, WFNS scale, Hunt and Hess scale, and modified Fisher scale in study group

From: Role of serum biomarkers and transcranial Doppler in predicting cerebral vasospasm after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage

Demographic and medical historyTotal (n = 35)
Age (years)
 Range (Mean ± SD)31–80 (55.60 ± 10.95)
Sex
 Male17 (48.6%)
 Female18 (51.4%)
Smoking7 (20%)
DM5 (14.3%)
HTN7 (20.0%)
WFNS scale (on admission)Total (n = 35)
GCS13–15 (14.17 ± 0.89)
Motor deficit
 Yes8 (22.9%)
 No27 (77.1%)
Grades
 Mild (1, 2)27 (77.1%)
 Severe (3, 4)8 (22.9%)
H and H scale grades (on admission)Total (n = 35)
 Mild (1, 2)20 (57.1%)
 Severe (3, 4)15 (42.9%)
Modified Fischer scale grades (on admission)Total (n = 35)
 111 (31.4%)
 22 (5.7%)
 318 (51.4%)
 44 (11.5%)
CV group19 patients (54.3%)
 Symptomatic CV9 patients (47.4%)
 Asymptomatic CV10 patients (52.6%)
Non-CV group16 patients (45.7%)
  1. CV cerebral vasospasm, DM diabetes mellitus, GCS Glascow Coma Scale, H and H Hunt and Hess, HTN hypertension, SD standard deviation, WFNS scale World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies scale