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Table 2 Multivariable predictors of poor functional outcome (mRS ≥3) at one year after ICH in the derivation cohort (number = 1953)

From: A novel risk score to predict 1-year functional outcome after intracerebral hemorrhage and comparison with existing scores

Variables β-coefficients SE Adjusted ORa 95% CI P value
Model intercept −5.855     
Age (per year increase) 0.051 0.004 1.05 1.04–1.06 <0.001
Admission NIHSS score (per 1 increase) 0.092 0.006 1.10 1.08–1.11 <0.001
Admission GCS score (per 1 decrease) 0.093 0.014 1.09 1.07–1.12 <0.001
Admission blood glucose (per 1 mmol/L increase) 0.075 0.023 1.08 1.03–1.13 0.001
Infratentorial location of ICH (yes) 0.705 0.136 2.02 1.55–2.65 <0.001
Hematoma volume (per 1 cm3 increase) 0.018 0.002 1.02 1.01–1.03 <0.001
Intraventricular extension (yes) 0.486 0.100 1.62 1.34–1.98 <0.001
  1. aMultivariable logistic regression adjusted for age, gender, stroke risk factors, transportation mode to hospital, pre-admission anticoagulation, antiplatelet and statins use, admission NIHSS score, GCS score, laboratory tests on admission (hemoglobin, white blood cell count, platelet count, blood glucose and creatinine), ICH location, hematoma volume, intraventricular extension and hospital academic status. CI, confidence interval; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; ICH, intracerebral hemorrhage; mRS, modified Rankin Scale; NIHSS, National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale score; OR, odds ratio; SE, standard error.