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Table 2 Association analysis of demographics and clinical features with stroke (vs non-stroke) outcome

From: Hemisensory syndrome: Hyperacute symptom onset and age differentiates ischemic stroke from other aetiologies

Parameter Univariate* Multivariable**
Un-Adjusted OR
(95% CI)
p value Adjusted OR
(95% CI)
p value
Age 1.09 (1.03, 1.16) 0.002 1.14 (1.05, 1.25) 0.003
Sex (Female vs male) 0.46 (0.16, 1.32) 0.147
Race (Chinese vs non-Chinese) 10.3 (0.52, 203) 0.125
Diabetes Mellitus 3.48 (0.92, 13.1) 0.066
Hypertension 2.89 (0.99, 8.44) 0.052
Hyperlipidaemia 2.26 (0.76, 6.69) 0.141
Smoking 4.47 (1.40, 14.3) 0.012 7.35 (1.20,45) 0.0310
Atrial Fibrillation 2.04 (0.19, 22.5) 0.560
Schizophrenia 10.4 (0.11, 983) 0.312
Depression 0.28 (0.01, 6.91) 0.435
Anxiety disorder 1.43 (0.16, 13.0) 0.749
Migraine 0.20 (0.01, 4.39) 0.304
First episode 2.66 (0.42, 16.9) 0.302
Onset ≤24 h 13.4 (3.14, 56.9) < 0.001 31.4 (3.89, 254.4) 0.001
Presence of positive symptoms 0.12 (0.03, 0.51) 0.004 0.22 (0.04, 1.33) 0.099
Presence of negative symptoms 18.3 (0.98, 341) 0.0517
  1. * Univariate logistic regression analysis
  2. ** Multivariable logistic regression analysis, stepwise variable selection approach
  3. OR Odds Ratio; CI Confidence Interval