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Table 3 Predictors of death for the haemorrhagic (predicting death and disability at 30 days) and ischaemic strokes (death and disability at 100 days) 611

From: Perioperative care of a patient with stroke

  Haemorrhagic stroke Ischaemic stroke
Size and location The volume of ICH and location Right and left arm paresis at admission, lenticulostriate infarction
Premorbid status   Age, sex, prior stroke and Diabetes
Severity at presentation The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) on admission National institutes of health Stroke Scale at admission and Rankin Scale 48-72 hours later
Complications Hydrocephalus Fever, neurological complications.