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Table 3 Demographic and clinical factors associated with cognitive impairment at 6 months post-stroke

From: Cognitive impairment six months after ischaemic stroke: a profile from the ASPIRE-S study

  Adjusted OR* P-value 95% CI
Sex (female) 1.6 0.05 1.01-2.57
Age 1.06 0.003 1.02-1.11
Stroke severity (SSS scale) .92 0.003 .88-.97
Insurance .23 0.002 .09-.59
History of TIA/Stroke 2.22 0.001 1.38-3.59
History of atrial fibrillation 1.06 0.83 .62-1.82
History of carotid stenosis .99 0.95 .76-1.29
POCS 1.86 <0.001 1.84-1.89
LACS 1.72 <0.001 1.38-2.14
Small artery occlusion .46 <0.001 .43-.5
Stroke of determined aetiology .99 1.00 .65-1.54
Stroke of undetermined aetiology 1.64 0.4 .51-5.2
Functional dependency at 6 months (mRS ≥ 3) 1.06 0.83 .63-1.79
  1. *adjusted for age, sex and stroke severity.
  2. OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; SSS, stroke severity; TIA, transient ischaemic attack; POCS, posterior circulation stroke; LACS, lacunar stroke; mRS, modified Rankin Scale.