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Table 1 Cerebral hemorrhage patients’ condition on admission

From: Association between serum calcium levels and prognosis, hematoma volume, and onset of cerebral hemorrhage in patients undergoing hemodialysis

  Total (N = 99) Died (N = 32) Survived (N = 67) P value
Features of cerebral hemorrhage
 sBP on admission (mmHg) 184 ± 34 187 ± 36 183 ± 33 0.7
 dBP on admission (mmHg) 96 ± 23 100 ± 25 94 ± 22 0.3
 Pulse pressure on admission (mmHg) 80 ± 18 81 ± 24 80 ± 15 0.9
 Glasgow Coma Scale 10 ± 4 6 ± 3 12 ± 4 < 0.001
 NIHSS 15 ± 10 23 ± 9 11 ± 9 < 0.001
 Intraventricular hemorrhage (%) 64 97 48 < 0.001
 Volume of hematoma (mL) 50 ± 60 103 ± 70 24 ± 33 < 0.001
 Surgical hematoma evacuation (%) 31 34 30 0.7
 Onset during 2-day interval HD (%) 37 41 36 0.6
 Time for patients to transport (hour)a 4 (3–12) 6 (3–12) 4 (3–11) 0.4
  1. dBP diastolic blood pressure, HD hemodialysis, NIHSS National Institute of Health Stroke Scale, sBP systolic blood pressure
  2. Continuous variables are shown as mean ± standard deviation and categorical variables, as percentage or number (percentage)
  3. a Median (interquartile range)