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Table 7 Binary logistic regression analyze of good outcome factors at 1 year

From: Can minimally invasive puncture and drainage for hypertensive spontaneous Basal Ganglia intracerebral hemorrhage improve patient outcome: a prospective non-randomized comparative study

Variables B S.E. Wald df Sig. Exp(B) 95% CI
Lower Upper
Group −1.274 0.504 6.381 1 0.012 0.280 0.104 0.752
Age −1.538 0.581 7.004 1 0.008 0.215 0.069 0.671
GCS 0.171 0.082 4.352 1 0.037 1.187 1.010 1.395
HV −0.059 0.021 8.065 1 0.005 0.943 0.906 0.982
IVH −0.423 0.132 10.268 1 0.001 0.655 0.506 0.849
PI −1.556 0.554 7.900 1 0.005 0.211 0.071 0.624
Constant 5.503 1.717 10.276 1 0.001 245.452   
  1. Method: Forward conditional; Entry 0.05, Removal: 0.10, Classification cutoff: 0.5. Dependent: outcome at 1-year of ictus: 0 = bad, 1 = favorable (Glasgow Outcome Scale score3); Group: 1 = minimal invasive puncture and drainage, 2 = decompressive craniectomy; GCS: Glasgow Coma Scale; HV: hemorrhagic volume; IVH: intraventricular hemorrhage; PI: pulmonary infection, 0 = no, 1 = yes. All covariates used were original data except for Age (1, 60 years; 2, >60 years).