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Table 3 Age in association with clinical neurological and radiological outcomes. Effect parameters are expressed per 10 years of age

From: The effect of age on outcome after intra-arterial treatment in acute ischemic stroke: a MR CLEAN pretrial study

  Association Unadjusted Sex adjusted Fully adjusted
Intervention     
 Duration of procedure, minutes BC −2.80 −2.80 −2.96
[−7.10 to 1.45] [−7.10 to 1.45] [−7.35 to 1.44]
 Recanalization (TICI 2b-3) OR 0.94 0.94 0.94
[0.80 to 1.11] [0.8. to 1.11] [0.79 to 1.11]
Clinical outcome     
 Neurological recovery (decrease on NIHSS > 7 points) OR 0.92 0.92 0.88
[0.79 to 1.08] [0.79 to 1.08] [0.75 to 1.04]
 Functional outcome, mRS 0-2 OR 0.85 0.85 0.80
[0.71 to 1.01] [0.71 to 1.01] [0.66 to 0.98]
Safety outcome     
 Peri-procedural adverse events OR 0.79 0.79 0.79
[0.67 to 0.93] [0.67 to 0.93] [0.66 to 0.94]
 All adverse events OR 1.27 1.27 1.27
[1.08 to 1.49] [1.08 to 1.49] [1.08 to 1.50]
 Neurological serious adverse events OR 1.04 1.04 1.05
[0.89 to 1.22] [0.89 to 1.22] [0.89 to 1.24]
 Neurological adverse events OR 1.04 1.04 1.05
[0.89 to 1.22] [0.89 to 1.22] [0.89 to 1.24]
 Non-neurological adverse events OR 1.37 1.37 1.34
[1.14 to 1.64] [1.14 to 1.64] [1.11 to 1.61]
  1. BC beta coefficient, OR odds ratio. Fully adjusted means adjusted for; sex, onset to treatment time, stroke severity at baseline (NIHSS), use of a retrievable stent, presence of a carotid T occlusion