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Table 1 Original ICH score and predicted 30-day mortality according to total score

From: The critical care management of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage: a contemporary review

Component Points Total ICH score 30-day mortality (%)
Glasgow Coma Scale
 3–4 2 0 0–10
 5–12 1
 13–15 0
Age (years)
 ≥80 1 1 7–13
 <80 0
ICH volume (ml)
 ≥30 1 2 30–44
 <30 0
Presence of intraventricular hemorrhage
 Yes 1 3 56–78
 No 0
Infra-tentorial origin of ICH
 Yes 1 4 70–100
 No 0
Total ICH score 0–6 5–6 100
  1. The five independent predictors of 30-day mortality according to the original ICH score are displayed in the first column (Glasgow Coma Scale, age, ICH volume, intraventricular hemorrhage, and infra-tentorial location of ICH). The total score is the sum of the five components, varying from 0 to 6 points (column 3). The higher the total score (column 3), the higher the predicted 30-day mortality (column 4)
  2. ICH intracerebral hemorrhage