Table 2

Blood pressure variables during 24 hours following mechanical thrombectomy between patients with and without ICH

VariableNo ICH, n=104ICH, n=60P valueAdjusted OR* (95% CI)Adjusted p value
Admission SBP147 (24)145 (24)0.554
Admission DBP79 (14)81 (13)0.457
24-hour SBP mean129 (17)131 (14)0.412
24-hour DBP mean70 (10)73 (10)0.166
24-hour MAP mean90 (12)92 (12)0.485
24-hour SBP SD11.9 (10–15)12.5 (10–17)0.144
24-hour DBP SD9.8 (3.1)10.9 (3.4)0.0381.06 (0.95 to 1.18)0.34
24-hour SBP CV9.8 (3.0)10.6 (3.9)0.223
24-hour DBP CV13.9 (4.3)15.1 (5.3)0.122
24-hour SBP max154 (22)160 (19)0.0711.01 (0.99 to 1.03)0.19
24-hour SBP min104 (14)107 (13)0.153
24-hour DBP max89.5 (83–100)98.5 (93–107)0.0011.03 (1.01 to 1.05)0.028
24-hour DBP min53 (10)55 (11)0.257
24-hour SBP range47 (39–59.5)48 (40–63)0.330
24-hour DBP range39 (14)43 (15)0.0551.02 (0.99 to 1.04)0.14
  • Variables are mean±SD or median and IQR.

  • *Adjusted for age, baseline NIHSS score, baseline GCS score, recanalization status (successful defined as mTICI 2b–3 vs unsuccessful defined as mTICI 0–2a) and procedure time.

  • CV, coefficient of variance; DBP, diastolic blood pressure; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; ICH, intracerebral hemorrhage; MAP, mean arterial pressure; max, maximum; min, minimum; mTICI, modified Thrombolysis in Cerebral Ischemia; NIHSS, National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; SBP, systolic blood pressure.