Table 3

Results of the bivariate analysis of variables associated with poor long-term clinical outcome

VariablesGood outcome at 3 months (n = 75)Poor outcome at 3 months (n = 34)P value
Sex, female (%)27 (36)20 (55.8)0.026
Age (years)69.46 ± 11.474.41 ± 100.034
Smoking (%)19 (25.3)9 (26.5)0.900
Alcohol (%)7 (9.3)2 (5.9)0.544
Hypertension (%)46 (61.3)22 (64.7)0.736
Diabetes (%)4 (5.3)8 (23.5)0.005
Hypercholesterolemia (%)32 (42.7)13 (38.2)0.663
Cardioembolic etiology (%)33 (44)18 (52.9)0.443
Baseline NIHSS store9.81 (5–13)19 (12.50–22)<0.001
Prebolus glycemia (mg/dL)105.14 ± 21.99112.94 ± 20.560.083
HOMA-IR1.29 (0.81–1.88)1.66 (1.08–2.73)0.02
Leukocyte (×103/µL)7.52 (6.22–8.76)8.60 (6.45–10.26)0.680
Platelet (×103/µL)193 (162–232)214 (191–257)0.049
Admission systolic BP (mmHg)145.46 ± 24.13153.0 ± 22.70.127
Admission diastolic BP (mmHg)78.74 ± 13.3077.76 ± 15.700.737
Admission temperature (°C)35.74 ± 0.6035.71 ± 0.590.858
ASPECTS10 (10–10)10 (8.5–10)0.267
  • Data are mean ± SD, n (%), or median (interquartile range), as appropriate. Results of multivariate analysis are shown in text.