Nontraumatic spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage: Baseline characteristics and early outcomes

This article gives an overview of the baseline characteristics, therapeutic procedures, and early outcomes in patients suffering from spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage. AbstractBackground and PurposeHemorrhagic stroke, particularly nontraumatic spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (SICH), is a cerebrovascular condition with unfavorable outcomes. The aims of the present study were to evaluate patients who suffered from SICH and investigate the early outcomes in a single ‐center study.MethodsDuring a study ‐period of 6 years (2008–2014), 613 consecutive patients (mean age, 72 ± 12.7 years; 51.1% female), who suffered from nontraumatic SICH and were treated at the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital of Schleswig‐Holstein, Campus Lübeck, Germany, were included and prospectivel y analyzed.ResultsDuring a mean hospitalization time of 12  days, 148 patients (24.1%) died, 47% of those within the first 2 days and 79% within the first week. The patients who died stayed at the hospital for a shorter time (3) than those who survived (p    10 (OR, 10.5; 95%‐CI, 5.6–19.5;p    70 years (OR, 0.56; 95%‐CI, 0.35–0.9;p  =  .017), NIHSS score>  10 at admission (OR, 0.07; 95%‐CI, 0.04–0.13;p  
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