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Table 3 Univariate analysis of the correlation between admission delay and treatment delay

From: Treatment delay from aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage to endovascular treatment: a high-volume hospital experience

  Onset-admission   Admission-treatment
  In time Delayed P   In time Delayed P
Sex    0.404     0.579
 Male 85 (57.8) 62 (42.2)    133 (90.5) 14 (9.5)  
 Female 171 (62.2) 104 (37.8)    254 (92.4) 21 (7.6)  
Age 57.9 ± 11.6 55.1 ± 12.5 0.018   57.0 ± 12.0 55.2 ± 12.4 0.410
Hypertension    0.618     0.033
 Yes 121 (62.1) 74 (37.9)    185 (94.9) 10 (5.1)  
 No 135 (59.5) 92 (40.5)    202 (89.0) 25 (11.0)  
CHD    0.417     0.187
 Yes 7 (50.0) 7 (50.0)    11 (78.6) 3 (21.4)  
 No 249 (61.0) 159 (39.0)    376 (92.2%) 32 (7.8)  
Diabetes    0.432     0.528
 Yes 20 (69.0) 9 (31.0)    28 (96.9) 1 (3.4)  
 No 236 (60.1) 157 (39.9)    359 (91.3) 34 (8.7)  
Cerebrovascular disease history    1.000     1.000
 Yes 17 (60.7) 11 (39.3)    26 (92.9) 2 (7.1)  
 No 239 (60.7) 155 (39.3)    361 (91.6) 33 (8.4)  
Hunt-Hess Score    0.084     0.388
 I~III 45 (52.3) 41 (47.7)    77 (89.5) 9 (10.5)  
 IV~V 211 (62.8) 125 (37.2)    310 (92.3) 26 (7.7)  
Fisher Score    0.001     1.000
 0~2 190 (56.7) 145 (43.3)    307 (91.6) 28 (8.4)  
 3~4 66 (75.9) 21 (24.1)    80 (92.0) 7 (8.0)  
Admission time    0.155     0.847
 Weekday 174 (58.4) 124 (41.6)    274 (91.9) 24 (8.1)  
 Weekend 82 (66.1) 42 (33.9)    113 (91.1) 11 (8.9)  
Aneurysmal Size 5.24 ± 2.88 5.00 ± 2.60 0.370   5.19 ± 2.84 4.70 ± 1.87 0.319
Onset-admission       < 0.001
 In time    252 (98.4) 4 (1.6)  
 Delayed    135 (81.3) 31 (18.7)