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Table 2 Factors associated with obtaining a UDS in patients presenting with intracerebral hemorrhage (n = 596)

From: Intracerebral hemorrhage: who gets tested for methamphetamine use and why might it matter?

Variables Odds Ratio 95% CI P Value
Age (< 45) 2.24 1.28–3.91 0.004
Sex (male) 1.52 1.18–2.30 0.003
History of meth use 10.48 2.48–44.34 < 0.001
History of smoking 1.74 1.09–2.77 0.020
History of hypertension 1.07 0.75–1.52 0.717
History of diabetes 0.68 0.47–0.98 0.036
Anticoagulant use 0.45 0.26–0.78 0.004
NIHSS > 4 1.92 1.34–2.75 < 0.001
Required EVD 1.63 1.07–2.47 0.021
Race    0.319
 White 0.97 0.69–1.35 0.846
 Hispanic 1.27 0.89–1.83 0.191
 African American 0.56 0.26–1.21 0.136
 Asian 0.88 0.60–1.28 0.496
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