Table 2: Risk factors for increased 30-day mortality after hemorrhagic injury (HI)
Factor All N (%) 30-day mortality n (%) p-value Test
Hemorrhagic injury patients 23 (100) 16 (69.6)
Sex
Male 15 (65.2) 11 (73.3) 0.591 Chi-square
Female 8 (34.8) 5 (62.5)
Age (>50 years old) 13 (56.5) 9 (69.2) 0.968 Chi-square
Type of Hemorrhage
ICH 15 (65.2) 12 (80.0) 0.241 Chi-square
SAH 3 (13.1) 1 (33.3)
SDH 5 (21.7) 3 (60.0)
Presenting GCS (=13)
Yes 11 (47.8) 4 (36.4) < 0.001 Chi-square
No 12 (52.2) 12 (100)
Presenting INR (>2.5)
Yes 13 (56.5) 10 (76.9) 0.382 Chi-square
No 10 (43.5) 6 (60)
Traumatic versus Spontaneous HS
Spontaneous 18 (78.3) 14 (77.8) 0.104 Chi-square
Traumatic 5 (21.7) 2 (40.0)
Neurosurgical intervention
Yes 7 (30.4) 6 (85.7) 0.266 Chi-square
No 16 (69.6) 10 (62.5)
ICH Volume (n=15)
>30 mL 11 (73.3) 11 (100) 0.001 Chi-square
< 30 mL 4 (26.7) 1 (25.0)
ICH Score (Mean; 95% confidence)T 2.3 0.8 2.8 0.5 0.003 t-test


T No percentage was applicable for factors evaluated by t-test