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Table 5 Risk factors for poor outcome after aSAH

From: Prognostic significance of factor XIIIA promoter methylation status in aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage (aSAH)

Characteristics Univariate OR(95%CI) p Multivariate OR(95%CI) p
Age (≥50& ≤ 50) 6.08 (1.71–21.49) 0.0051 5.29 (1.02–27.50) 0.047
WFNS grade (2&3) 1.00 (0.33–3.03) 1.00
Location
 ACOM* 0.15 (0.04–0.52) 0.0028 0.06 (0.009–0.38) 0.003
 PCOM* 3.00 (0.29–31.00) 0.35  
 MCA* 4.18 (0.43–40.40) 0.216  
 ICA* 2.58 (0.58–11.40) 0.21  
 MULTIPLE 2.10 (0.46–9.56) 0.337  
Size
 Small 1.73 (0.46–6.43) 0.41 2.30 (0.35–15.00) 0.38
 Large 0.54 (0.13–2.23) 0.40
 Giant 0.92 (0.05–15.60) 0.95
 Sex 1.04 (0.33–3.27) 0.94
 Hypertension 0.60 (0.19–1.85) 0.38
 Diabetes mellites 3.75 (1.16–12.1) 0.03 6.20 (1.01–38.00) 0.04
 Smoking 0.44 (0.11–1.76) 0.25
 Alcohol Consumption 0.50 (0.14–1.71) 0.27
Methylation
APOE 0.80 (0.25–2.55) 0.70 0.72 (0.14–3.56) 0.68
 Methylation
FACTOR XIII 1.37 (0.38–4.88) 0.62 1.76 (0.30–10.10) 0.53
  1. *ACOM anterior communicating artery; PCOM posterior communicating artery; MCA middle cerebral artery; ICA internal carotid artery