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Table 1 Characteristics of frail vs non-frail patients

From: Relevance of presenting risks of frailty, sarcopaenia and osteopaenia to outcomes from aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage

  Overall Non-Frail
(n = 20)
Frail
(n = 31)
OR (95% CI) P Value
Age Mean ± SD 58.8 ± 13.1 49.3 ± 11.1 65.0 ± 10.6 - < 0.001
Male gender Frequency (%) 10 (19.6) 6 (30) 4 (12.9) 2.89 (0.70 – 12) 0.16
Active smoking Frequency (%) 4 (10.3) 1 (5.9) 3 (13.6) 0.40 (0.04 – 4.19) 0.62
mRS Median (1Q – 3Q) 0 (0 – 0) 0 (0 – 0) 0 (0 – 0) - 0.91
CCI Median (1Q – 3Q) 0 (0 – 0) 0 (0 – 0) 0 (0 – 1) - 0.20
Presenting GCS Median (1Q – 3Q) 15 (9.25 – 15) 15 (14 – 15) 14 (9 – 15) - 0.052
Anisocoria Frequency (%) 4 (7.8) 2 (10.0) 2 (6.5) 1.61 (0.21 – 12) 0.64
WFNS grade Median (1Q – 3Q) 2 (1 – 4) 1 (1 – 2) 2 (1 – 4) - 0.028
Modified Fisher scale Median (1Q – 3Q) 3 (1 – 3) 2.5 (1 – 3) 3 (1 – 3) - 0.69
Hydrocephalus Frequency (%) 16 (31.4) 6 (30.0) 10 (33.3) 0.86 (0.25 – 2.91) 0.80
Surgical clipping Frequency (%) 26 (51.0) 13 (65.0) 13 (41.9) 2.57 (0.80 – 8.23) 0.11
  1. mRS Modified Rankin scale, CCI Charlson comorbidity scale, MFI Modified frailty index, GCS Glasgow coma scale, WFNS World Federation of Neurological Surgeons