Acute Hyperglycemia and In-Hospital Mortality in Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage Conference Paper uri icon

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abstract

  • ABSTRACT: Hyperglycemia is reported to predict worse outcome in patients with stroke, including intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). In 83 consecutive cases of ICH at a tertiary stroke center, hyperglycemia (serum glucose >7 mmol/L) compared to normoglycemia at presentation was associated with higher rates of in-hospital mortality (51.2% vs. 26.2%, OR 2.3, CI 1.2–7.6, p = 0.02). The association with in-hospital mortality withstood adjustment for age, ICH volume, intraventricular hemorrhage, and infratentorial ICH location, but not baseline Glasgow Coma Scale. Acute hyperglycemia is associated with in-hospital mortality in spontaneous ICH patients, though this may be an indirect, rather than a causal relationship.

authors

  • Gupta, Himanshu
  • Beshara, Simon
  • Katsanos, Aristeidis
  • Patil, Tushar
  • Al-Zahrani, Saeed
  • Chen, Jerry Yeou-Wei
  • Alharbi, Abdulrahman
  • Zamir, Nasim
  • Ng, Kelvin
  • Kase, Carlos S
  • Shoamanesh, Ashkan

publication date

  • December 6, 2021