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Table 4 Comparing two groups (hematoma expansion group–nonhematoma expansion group) in terms of quantitative variables

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

Variable Hematoma expansion Hematoma expansion
Yes (n = 57) Yes (n = 57)
Age (year) 64.37 (4.36) 65.18 (4.42) P = 0.437
GCS 6.31 (1.23) 9.61 (1.95) P = 0.021
Hospital stay (day) 21.31 (5.42) 13.87 (6.21) P = 0.033
Hematoma volume at baseline (mL) 23.16 (6.41) 15.32 (5.25) P = 0.008
Admission systolic blood pressure (mmHg) 173.56 (9.49) 152.11 (7.81) P = 0.024
Admission diastolic blood pressure (mmHg) 89.21 (6.41) 87.56 (6.01) P = 0.435
Baseline white blood cell count cells/mm3 10,353 (4624) 9673 (4714) P = 0.321
Neutrophil count, ×109 cells/L 9.72 (1.37) 8.31 (1.36) P = 0.023
Lymphocyte count, ×109 cells/L 1.27 (1.03) 1.75 (1.02) P = 0.071
Baseline NLR (no units) 7.65 (1.38) 4.74 (1.38) P = 0.012
Platelet count cells/mm3 193,214 (8760) 207,167 (9124) P = 0.454
Admission prothrombin time 13.14 (1.12) 13.83 (1.13) P = 0.651
Admission partial thromboplastin time 33.54 (3.02) 35.11 (3.11) P = 0.211
Admission INR 1.3 (0.37) 1.2 (0.36) P = 0.304
  1. Bold indicates p < 0.05
  2. GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, NLR neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio, INR international normalized ratio