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Table 1 Patient demographics

From: Early abnormal transient hyperemic response test can predict delayed ischemic neurologic deficit in subarachnoid hemorrhage

Patient no. Age and gender Location of aneurysms Hunt and Hess grade Treatment
1 53, F SAH, MCA 1 Clipping
2 54, F SAH, MCA, ICH 4 Clipping
3 57, M SAH, Acom 2 Coiling
4 49, M SAH, MCA, ICH 5 Clipping
5 48, F SAH, MCA 1 Coiling
6 45, F SAH, negative 1 None
7 58, M SAH, Pcom 1 Coiling
8 42, F SAH, ICA, HIE 4 Coiling
9 49, F SAH, negative 3 None
10 74, F SAH, Pcom 1 Coiling
11 55, F SAH, Acom 3 Clipping
12 48, F SAH, Basilar, IVH 4 Coiling
13 74, F SAH, Pcom 1 Coiling
14 43, F SAH, MCA 3 Clipping
15 73, M SAH, Pcom, IVH 2 Coiling
  1. The patients' age, gender, location of aneurysm, distribution along the Hunt and Hess scale and treatment performed to secure the aneurysm of the fifteen patients taking part on the study
  2. SAH subarachnoid hemorrhage, MCA middle cerebral artery, ICH intracerebral hemorrhage, Acom anterior communicating artery, Pcom posterior communicating artery, HIE hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, IVH intraventricular hemorrhage