Table 1

 Comparison of demographic data and vascular risk factors in the bleeding and non-bleeding groups

CharacteristicsICHNo sICHTotalp Value
CVE, cerebrovascular ischaemic event; IAT, intra-arterial thrombolysis; sICH, symptomatic intracranial haemorrhage.
Numbers in parentheses are interquartile ranges, unless specified otherwise.
*Fisher’s exact test.
†Mann–Whitney U test.
Sex, n = 294
    Men715454.8%0.787*
    Women712645.2%
Age, years (mean (SD))63 (12)60 (13)60 (13)0.338†
NIHSS on admission16 (7.00)15 (8.75)15 (8.00)0.507†
Arterial hypertension, n = 293
    Yes915054.3%0.585*
    No512945.7%
Hyperlipidaemia, n = 293
    Yes39834.5%0.393*
    No1118165.5%
Smoking, n = 293
    Yes36322.5%1.000*
    No1121677.5%
Family history of CVE, n = 226
    Yes35525.7%0.697*
    No616274.3%
History of CVE, n = 294
    Yes23612.9%0.699*
    No1224487.1%
Diabetes mellitus, n = 293
    Yes33713.7%0.417*
    No1124286.3%
Blood pressure on admission (mm Hg)n = 10n = 184n = 194
    Systolic145 (65)145 (39)145 (40)0.832†
    Diastolic92.5 (22.5)80 (20)80 (20)0.040†
Aspirin or clopidogrel before IAT, n = 198
    Yes53520.2%0.164*
    No914979.8%
Vitamin K antagonist before IAT, n = 293
    Yes162.4%0.293*
    No1327397.6%