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Table 3 Multiple regression analysis for predictors of poor outcome at 1 year among acute stroke patients

From: Subclinical thyroid dysfunction and autoantibodies in acute ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients: relation to long term stroke outcome

Predictors of poor outcome at one year among acute stroke patients OR (95% CI) P-value
Older Age 0.11 (1.04–2.81) 0.01*
Hypertension 2.89 (1.82–10.15) 0.04*
Atrial fibrillation 1. 32 (1.23–6.45) 0.02*
Hyperlipidemia 3.59 (0.24–10.38) 0.11
Current smoking 1.62 (0.71–3.69) 0.25
Subclinical hypothyroidism 0.97 (0.28–3.33) 0.96
Subclinical hyperthyroidism 2.51 (1.02–6.15) 0.04*
Higher NIHSS score at admission 18.51 (1.60–29.31) 0.001**
Positive thyroid autoantibodies 3.13 (1.29–7.55) 0.01*
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, NIHSS National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale
  2. **Highly significant; *Significant