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Table 3 Study outcomes

From: Association between post-procedural hyperoxia and poor functional outcome after mechanical thrombectomy for ischemic stroke: an observational study

Score on the mRS at 90 days paO2 ≤ 120 mmHg N = 214 paO2 > 120 mmHg N = 119 Significance level (p value)
0–1 70 (32.7) 30 (25.2) 0.15
0–2 94 (43.9) 35 (29.4) < 0.01
0–3 122 (57.0) 47 (39.5) < 0.01
Primary endpoint paO2 ≤ 120 mmHg N = 214 paO2 > 120 mmHg N = 119 Unadjusted OR value (CI 95%) Adjusted ORa value (CI 95%)
mRS ≥ 4 at 90 days 92 (43.0) 72 (60.5) 2.03 (1.29–3.21) 2.27 (1.22–4.23)
mRS ≥ 3 at 90 days 120 (56.1) 84 (70.6) 1.81 (1.12–2.90) 2.07 (1.05–4.09)
Secondary endpoints paO2 ≤ 120 mmHg N = 214 paO2 > 120 mmHg N = 119 Significance level (p value)
Days of stay in ICU 2 (2–4) 3 (2–6) 0.03
NIHSS after IAMTb 9.5 (3–17) 15 (7–20) < 0.01
  1. This table value of quantitative variables expressed as median and interquartile range. Values of qualitative variables expressed as n (%)
  2. aFinal model, adjusted for sex, age, APACHE, NIHSS, mismatch, reperfusion level achieved and orotracheal intubation at ICU admission
  3. bNIHSS score obtained at 24 h after IAMT