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Table 2 The types and outcome of SICH and TBI observed during the first 7 days in the ICU

From: Acute spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage and traumatic brain injury are the most common causes of critical illness in the ICU and have high early mortality

Types Number of cases in 2 years Death (%)
SICH 427 180(42.2)
 Striato-capsula,n(%) 178(41.7) 75(42.1)
 Lobar,n(%) 81(10.0) 30(37.0)
 Thalamus,n(%) 72(16.7) 23(31.9)
 Brainstem, n(%) 61(14..3) 40(65.6)
 Cerebellar, n(%) 26(6.1) 10(38.5)
 Others (%),n(%) 9(2.1) 2(22.0)
TBI 276 101(36.6)
 Subdural hematoma, n(%) 181(65.6) 89(49.2)
 Intracerebral hemorrhage, n(%) 58(21.o) 9(15.5)
 Epideural hematoma, n(%) 37(13.4) 3(8.1)
 With subarachnoid hemorrhage, n(%) 201((72.8)) N/A
 With contusions, n(%) 189(68.5) N/A
 With fractures, n(%) 182(65.9) N/A
  1. ICU intensive care unit, SICH spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage, TBI traumatic brain injury