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Table 2 Comparison of patients with good prognoses and those with poor prognoses

From: The clinical and prognostic values of optic nerve sheath diameter and optic nerve sheath diameter/eyeball transverse diameter ratio in comatose patients with supratentorial lesions

Characteristic Good prognosis
(n = 17)
Poor prognosis
(n = 37)
χ2/t/z value P value
Age, yr [ mean (SD)] 52.8 (21.4) 61.6 (14.8) 1.544 0.136
Sex, male [n (%)] 9(52.9) 18(48.6) 0.086 1.000
Height [cm, mean (SD)] 167.4 (7.3) 164.9 (7.6) -1.398 0.165
Weight [kg, mean (SD)] 68.5 (13.2) 65.1 (14.3) -0.830 0.410
BMI [mean (SD)] 23.4(6.70) 23.5(3.8) 0.061 0.952
MAP [mean (SD)] 93.8 (22.1) 82.7 (19.2) -1.491 0.138
GCS score [n(%)]    28.834  < 0.0001
 3 0 27   
 4 2 2   
 5 4 4   
 6 4 0   
 7 2 2   
 8 5 2   
Aetiology [n(%)]    6.270 0.093
 ACI 3 9   
 CH 9 10   
 SAH 1 12   
 TBI 4 6   
Clinical history
 Hypertension 7 14 0.055 1.000
 Diabetes 3 7 0.012 1.000
 CHD 3 4 0.482 0.665
 Stroke 4 4 1.493 0.243
ONSD [mm, mean (SD)] 6.03(0.61) 6.40(0.56) 2.197 0.032
ONSD/ETD, [mean (SD)] 0.26(0.03) 0.28(0.02) 2.622 0.011
Operation [n(%)] 8 (47.1) 10 (27.0) 2.103 0.215
  1. SD standard deviation, BMI body mass index, MAP mean arterial pressure, GCS Glasgow coma scale, CHD coronary heart disease, ACI acute cerebral infarction, CH cerebral haemorrhage, SAH subarachnoid haemorrhage, TBI traumatic brain injury, ONSD optic nerve sheath diameter, ETD eyeball transverse diameter