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Table 1 Patient characteristics

From: Pulmonary edema and blood volume after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: a prospective observational study

  Pulmonary edema No pulmonary edema
Number of patients 17 85
Women 14 (82%) 64 (75%)
Age (years, mean ± SD) 66 ± 14 55 ± 14
Length (cm, mean ± SD) 170 ± 8 171 ± 10
Weight (kg, mean ± SD) 79 ± 13 75 ± 17
Aneurysm location   
   Anterior cerebral artery 7 (41%) 38 (45%)
   Carotid artery 6 (35%) 20 (24%)
   Middle cerebral artery 2 (12%) 15 (18%)
   Posterior circulation 2 (12%) 12 (14%)
WFNS grade on admission   
   I 5 (29%) 42 (49%)
   II 5 (29%) 13 (15%)
   III 0 (0) 7 (8%)
   IV 4 (24%) 14 (17%)
   V 3 (18%) 9 (11%)
Aneurysm treatment   
   Coiling 10 (59%) 50 (59%)
   Clipping 3 (18%) 28 (33%)
Delayed cerebral ischemia 9 (53%) 27 (32%)
Modified Rankin Scale at 3 months   
   1 3 (18%) 30 (35%)
   2 4 (24%) 19 (22%)
   3 3 (18%) 9 (11%)
   4 2 (12%) 3 (4%)
   5 2 (12%) 5 (6%)
   Dead 3 (18%) 16 (19%)
  1. Data are expressed as numbers with percentages or means with standard deviations.
  2. SD, standard deviation; WFNS, World Federation of Neurological Surgeons.