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Table 2 Comparisons between the basic data between patients with and without re-haemorrhage

From: Post-operative re-bleeding in patients with hypertensive ICH is closely associated with the CT blend sign

Characteristics Re-haemorrhage group (n = 33) Non-re-haemorrhage group (n = 93) P
Mean age, yr. (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 56.63 ± 15.20 59.77 ± 16.40 0.251
Sex, male (%) 23(69.70) 69(72.00) 0.534
Smoking (%) 18(54.50) 42(43.80) 0.281
Hypertension (%) 21(63.60) 53(55.20) 0.423
Diabetes mellitus (%) 1(3.00) 2(2.00) 0.774
Alcohol consumption (%) 17(51.50) 42(43.80) 0.468
Systolic pressure (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 176.67 ± 27.30 174.39 ± 28.60 0.665
Diastolic pressure (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 102.30 ± 17.60 98.82 ± 17.32 0.448
Time to baseline CT (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 10.61 ± 3.19 11.78 ± 1.68 0.718
Baseline ICH volume (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 25.15 ± 18.96 36.50 ± 23.84 0.045
Blend sign on baseline CT (%) 24(72.70) 17(17.70) 0.000
Ruptured into the ventricle (%) 13(39.40) 50(52.10) 0.318
Glasgow coma scale score (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 11.64 ± 2.77 10.41 ± 3.07 0.045
Time to surgical procedures (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 29.85 ± 28.54 20.84 ± 17.87 0.097
NIHSS on discharge (\( \overline{\mathrm{x}} \)±s) 17.06 ± 12.35 11.78 ± 9.18 0.026
  1. CT indicates computed tomography and ICH indicates intracerebral haemorrhage