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Table 2 Characteristics of the study patients

From: Oxfordshire community stroke project classification improves prediction of post-thrombolysis symptomatic intracerebral hemorrhage

  n = 548
Demographics  
  Age, mean (SD) 67 (12)
  Male, n (%) 345 (63.0)
Medical history, n (%)  
  Hypertension 406 (74.1)
  Diabetes mellitus 177 (32.3)
  Hyperlipidaemia 303 (55.3)
  Atrial fibrillation 169 (30.8)
  Congestive heart failure 37 (6.8)
  Prior stroke/TIA 116 (21.2)
  Current smoking 183 (33.4)
  Antiplatelets 129 (23.5)
  Warfarin 9 (1.6)
Clinical data  
  Baseline NIHSS score, median (IQR) 13 (8–20)
  Body weight, mean (SD), kg 65 (13)
  Systolic blood pressure, mean (SD), mm Hg 161 (30)
  Glucose, mean (SD), mmol/L 8.49 (3.72)
  Platelet count, mean (SD), ×109/L 215 (70)
  Actual tPA dose, median (IQR), mg/kg 0.86 (0.75–0.91)
  OTT, median (IQR), min 125 (100–155)
OCSP classification, n (%)  
  TACI 207 (37.8)
  PACI 162 (29.6)
  POCI 48 (8.8)
  LACI 111 (20.3)
  Uncertain 20 (3.6)
  1. IQR indicates interquartile range; LACI: lacunar infarct; NIHSS: National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; OCSP: Oxfordshire Community Stroke Project; OTT: onset-to-treatment time; PACI: partial anterior circulation infarcts; POCI: posterior circulation infarcts; SD: standard deviation; TACI: total anterior circulation infarcts; TIA: transient ischemic attack; tPA: tissue-type plasminogen activator.