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Table 3 Univariate analysis of factors associated with in-hospital mortality

From: Low hemoglobin is associated with poor functional outcome after non-traumatic, supratentorial intracerebral hemorrhage

Variable mRS 0 to 5
(n = 153)
mRS 6
(n = 43)
P
Age (years)
(mean, SD)
66.1 (13.8) 71.1 (11.1) 0.028a
Sex (male, n, %) 100 (65.4) 30 (69.8) 0.589c
Hemorrhage volume (ml)
(median, IQR)
17.1 (36.5) 88 (108.9) <0.001b
Intraventricular hemorrhage extension (n, %) 49 (32.9) 28 (65.1) <0.001c
NIHSS on admission
(median, IQR)
10 (12) 34 (10) <0.001b
Admission HB (g/dl)
(mean, SD)
13.9 (1.8) 13.2 (2.3) 0.040a
Mean HB (g/dl)
(mean, SD)
12.8 (2.0) 12.2 (2.4) 0.150a
Nadir HB (g/dl)
(mean, SD)
11.9 (2.2) 11.7 (2.7) 0.516a
Anemia during hospital stay
(n, %)
71 (46.4) 23 (53.5) 0.411c
Hospital stay(days)
(median, IQR)
7 (9) 2 (43) <0.001b
ICU stay (n, %) 53 (34.6) 30 (69.8) <0.001c
Mechanical ventilation (n, %) 33 (21.6) 24 (57.1) <0.001c
RBC transfusion (n, %) 7 (4.6) 3 (7) 0.527c
  1. a Student t-test
  2. b Mann-Whitney-U test
  3. c Chi squared test
  4. HB, hemoglobin; IQR, interquartile range; mRS, modified Rankin Scale; NIHSS, National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; RBC, red blood cell; SD, standard deviation.