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Table 2 Mean and standard deviation of quantitative variables

From: Baseline neutrophil–lymphocyte ratio can be associated with hematoma expansion in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage: a retrospective observational study

Variable Mean (SD)
Age (year) 66. 43 (8.29)
GCS 8.94 (1.73)
Hospital stay (day) 17.21 (7.16)
Hematoma volume at baseline (mL) 14.57 (5.61)
Hematoma volume at 24 h (mL) 16.39 (6.11)
Time to baseline CT scan, h 4.67 (1.32)
Time to 24-h CT scan, h 23.8 (1.71)
Admission systolic blood pressure (mmHg) 157.39 (7.21)
Admission diastolic blood pressure (mmHg) 89.32 (5.13)
Baseline white blood cell count cells/mm3 9360 (5404)
Neutrophil count, ×109 cells/L 9.73 (1.41)
Lymphocyte count, ×109 cells/L 1.63 (1.01)
Baseline NLR (no units) 7.43 (1.38)
Platelet count cells/mm3 205,087 (9004)
Admission prothrombin time 13.79 (1.12)
Admission partial thromboplastin time 33.13 (3.12)
Admission INR 1.2 (0.38)
  1. GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, NLR neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio, INR international normalized ratio