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Table 2 Predictors in the final model with coefficients, standard errors (SE), Odds Ratios and 95 % Confidence Intervals. The intercept was -3.365

From: Diagnosis of TIA (DOT) score – design and validation of a new clinical diagnostic tool for transient ischaemic attack

Predictor Regression coefficients (SE) Odds Ratios 95 % CI
Age 0.02 (0.01) 1.0 1.0–1.03
History of hypertension 0.32 (0.20) 1.4 0.9–2.0
History of AF or new AF 0.62 (0.32) 1.7 1.0–3.5
Dysphasia 3.13 (0.30) 22.9 12.8–42.5
Unilateral facial weakness (UMN) 1.69 (0.35) 5.4 2.7–11.0
Unilateral weakness (arm, leg or both) 3.15 (0.28) 23.3 13.6–41.2
Monocular visual loss 3.58 (0.35) 35.8 18.3–73.2
Diplopia 2.14 (0.56) 8.5 2.9–26.4
Bilateral visual loss 1.83 (0.52) 6.2 2.2–17.2
Hemianopia 3.25 (0.56) 25.8 9.0–81.1
Visual aura (fortification spectra, scintillations or spreading scotoma) −1.84 (0.35) 0.2 0.1–0.3
Unilateral sensory loss 2.11 (0.95) 8.2 1.4–67.4
Ataxia (limb or gait) 2.06 (0.37) 7.9 3.9–16.6
Headache −0.66 (0.25) 0.5 0.3–0.8
Amnesia −1.70 (0.62) 0.2 0.04–0.6
Loss of consciousness or pre-syncope −0.78 (0.39) 0.5 0.2–1.0
Tingling/numbness/pins and needles −0.80 (0.26) 0.5 0.3–0.7