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Table 1 Baseline characteristics, complications, and outcome

From: Early brain injury after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: a multimodal neuromonitoring study

Clinical characteristics   N = 26
 Age, years   55 (47-67)
 Gender, female   15 (58%)
 Admission H&H grade 2 2 (7.7%)
  3 6 (23.1%)
  4 2 (7.7%)
  5 16 (61.5%)
 Loss of consciousness   15 (58%)
 Admission APACHE II score   17 (13-19)
Admission radiological characteristics
 mFisher scale 1 3 (11.5%)
  2 3 (11.5%)
  3 9 (34.6%)
  4 11 (42.3%)
 SAH sum score   23 (15-27)
 IVH Sum score   5 (0-8)
 Aneurysm size above 10 mm   7 (27%)
 Generalized cerebral edema   11 (42%)
 Intracerebral hematoma   12 (46%)
Surgical procedures   
 Hydrocephalus requiring EVD/Shunt 20 (77%)
 Clipping   18 (69%)
 Hemicraniectomy   9 (35%)
Complications   
 Pneumonia   19 (73%)
 Delayed cerebral infarction   6 (23%)
 Anemia requiring transfusion   16 (62%)
 Aneurysm rebleeding   4 (15%)
 Hyperosmolar therapy   14 (54%)
Outcome characteristics   
 Length of hospital stay, days   40 (30-55)
 3-month mRS 0-1 5 (19.2%)
  2-3 5 (19.2%)
  4 5 (19.2%)
  5 6 (23.1%)
  6 5 (19.2%)
  1. Values are expressed as mean (interquartile range) or as number (percentage) of patients. APACHE II, Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II; EVD, extraventricular drainage; H&H, Hunt and Hess; ICH, intracerebral hemorrhage; IVH, intraventricular hemorrhage; mFisher, modified Fisher; mRS, modified Rankin Scale; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage.