Table 2

Clinical characteristics and types of intracranial hemorrhage

IPH (n = 56)

P value

SDH (n = 22)

P value

SAH (n = 15)

P value


Gender:

0.137

0.180

0.552

Male

40

12

9

Female

16

10

6

Age:

0.009

0.002

>0.999

≥60 years

20

16

7

<60 years

36

6

8

Underlying hypertension:

0.335

0.565

0.324

Yes

13

7

2

No

43

15

13

Sepsis:

0.168

0.306

0.384

Yes

29

8

9

No

27

14

6

Remission status:

>0.999

0.421

0.669

Yes

6

1

2

No

50

21

13

CNS involvement:

0.609

0.361

>0.999

Yes

4

3

1

No

52

19

14

Leukocyte count:

0.056

0.090

0.060

≥100,000 cells/μl

12

1

0

<100,000 cells/μl

44

21

15

Platelet count:

>0.999

0.603

0.376

≥20,000 cells/μl

36

9

7

<20,000 cells/μl

20

13

8

Prothrombin time:

0.495

0.127

0.069

INR ≥1.5

43

2

6

INR <1.5

13

20

9


CNS = central nervous system; INR = international normalized ratio; IPH = intraparenchymal hemorrhage; SAH = subarachnoid hemorrhage; SDH = subdural hemorrhage.

Chen et al. BMC Medicine 2012 10:97   doi:10.1186/1741-7015-10-97

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