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Table 2 Demographics and risk factors of the patients with ICH

From: Circadian variations in the occurrence of first‐ever intracerebral hemorrhage from different sources of income: a hospital‐based cross‐sectional study

  Farmers (n=2126) Wage-earners (n=1194) Freelancers (n=830) Total (n=4150) P
Age, years, mean (SD) 62.9 (11.0) 63.2 (13.0) 59.8 (13.5) 62.4 (12.2) <0.001*
Agea, n (%)
 <65 1107 (52.1) 594 (49.7) 520 (62.7) 2221 (53.5) <0.001
 ≥65 1019 (47.9) 600 (50.3) 310 (37.3) 1929 (46.5)  
Sexa, n (%)
 Male 1152 (54.2) 860 (72.0) 519 (62.5) 2531 (61.0) <0.001
 Female 974 (45.8) 334 (28.0) 311 (37.5) 1619 (39.0)  
Risk factors, n (%)
 Hypertensiona 1863 (87.6) 1047 (87.7) 700 (84.3) 3610 (87.0) 0.040
 Dyslipidemia 710 (33.4) 440 (36.9) 307 (37.0) 1457 (35.1) 0.060
 Diabetes mellitus 88 (4.1) 112 (9.4) 58 (7.0) 258 (6.2) <0.001
 Alcohol consumption 489 (23.0) 371 (31.1) 201 (24.2) 1061 (25.6) <0.001
 Smoking 551 (25.9) 368 (30.8) 241 (29.0) 1160 (28.0) 0.008
  1. SD Standard deviation. P for the differences in demographics and risk factors among Farmers, Wage-earners and Freelancers. Variables used were age, sex, hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes mellitus, alcohol consumption, and smoking. P values are based on χ2 test if not indicated otherwise. *P value based on variance analysis. aDenotes confounders screened out by stratified analyses in demographic and risk factors.