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Table 2 Treatment characteristics

From: Clinical usefulness of early serial measurements of C-reactive protein as outcome predictors in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage

 Favorable neurological outcome (n = 109)Poor neurological outcome (n = 47)P value
Aneurysm treatment and timing — no. of patients (%)  0.001
 Early treatment within 72 h100 (91.7)37 (78.7) 
 Early but non-aneurysm detection1 (0.9)1 (2.1) 
 Late treatment1 (0.9)8 (17.0) 
 No treatment7 (6.4)1 (2.1) 
Aneurysm management — no. of patients (%)
 Coiling70 (64.2)24 (51.1)0.173
 Surgical clipping30 (27.5)14 (29.8)0.925
Endotracheal intubation during over 24 h14 (12.8)34 (72.3)< 0.001
External ventricular drainage — no. of patients (%)36 (33.0)28 (59.6)0.004
Vasospasm — no. of patients (%)46 (42.2)18 (38.3)0.781
Delayed cerebral ischemia — no. of patients (%)17 (15.6)14 (29.8)0.069
Decompressive craniectomy — no. of patients (%)1 (0.9)9 (19.1)< 0.001
Barbiturate coma therapy — no. of patients (%)2 (1.8)3 (6.4)0.325