Table 2

Descriptive characteristics of study population
Variables n n ICH % ICH
Age (years) 5669 3917 69
> = 19 716 493 69
20-29 1747 1147 66
30-39 1187 819 69
40-49 863 597 69
50-59 580 412 71
60-69 305 236 77
70-79 201 157 78
>=80 70 56 80
p1 < 0.001
Gender 5669 3917 69
Male 4723 3296 70
Female 946 621 66
p = 0.012
Time since injury (hour) 5669 3917 69
<=1 1049 623 59
1- ≤3 1677 1121 67
>3 2943 2173 74
p < 0.001
GCS 5669 3917 69
Mild (13–14) 1294 641 50
Moderate (9–12) 1825 1189 65
Severe (3–8) 2550 2087 82
p < 0.001
Pupil Reactivity 5669 3917 69
Both reactive 4741 3102 65
One or both unreactive 928 815 88
p < 0.001
Major Extracranial Injury 5643 3897 69
None 4281 2961 69
Yes 1362 936 69
p = 0.758
Type of injury 5654 3909 69
Road traffic accident 4144 2875 68
Fall >2 metres 615 430 70
Other mechanism 895 604 68
p = 0.998
Seizure 5646 3900 69
No 5216 3603 69
Yes 430 297 69
p = 0.998
Death at Two Weeks 5669 3917 69
Alive 4386 2793 64
Dead 1283 1124 88
p < 0.001
Death at Six Months 5443 3762 69
Alive 3890 2410 62
Dead 1553 1352 87
p < 0.001

1p values represent significance testing for univariate odds ratios.

Subaiya et al.

Subaiya et al. BMC Emergency Medicine 2012 12:17   doi:10.1186/1471-227X-12-17

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