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Table 1 Summary of the stroke patients in the study cohort

From: Influences of hyperlipidemia history on stroke outcome; a retrospective cohort study based on the Kyoto Stroke Registry

  Stroke (n = 12617) Without hyperlipidemia history (n = 10198) With hyperlipidemia history (n = 2419)
Age (mean ± SD) 71.2 ± 12.9 71.5 ± 13.2 69.8 ± 11.1
Sex (men % (n)) 55.2 (6962) 55.9 (5696) 52.3 (1266)
Stroke type (cerebral infarction/cerebral hemorrhage/subarachnoid hemorrhage, % (n)) 67.1/24.8/8.0 (8451/3126/1011) 63.9/27.1/9.0 (6500/2755/918) 80.8/15.4/39 (1951/371/93)
Consciousness level (JCS0/JCS1/JCS2/JCS3, % (n)) 59.0/19.5/11.5/10.0 (7261/2400/1412/1229) 55.9/20.4/12.4/11.3 (5546/2027/1231/1120) 72.1/15.7/7.6/4.6 (1715/373/181/109)
Systolic blood pressure (mean ± SD) 160.9 ± 31.2 160.6 ± 31.5 162.3 ± 29.6
Diastolic blood pressure (mean ± SD) 87.5 ± 18.8 87.3 ± 18.8 88.5 ± 18.7
Hypertension history, with % (n) 61.8 (7585) 57.5 (5694) 79.7 (1891)
Diabetes mellitus history, with % (n) 20.4 (2545) 17.0 (1724) 34.6 (821)
Cigarette smoking, with % (n) 32.3 (3440) 31.8 (2702) 34.4 (738)
Alcohol consumption, with % (n) 38.1 (3967) 38.2 (3183) 37.5 (784)
Activity of daily life; ADL1/ADL2/ADL3, % (n) 50.6/29.1/11.4/8.9 (5363/3086/1212/947) 48.3/29.7/12.0/9.9 (4072/2502/1013/835) 59.1/26.7/9.1/5.1 (1291/584/199/112)
Mortality, dead % (n) 8.3 (1047) 9.4 (957) 3.7 (89)