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Table 4 Comparison of the risk of delayed intracranial hemorrhage after head injury between the Case (HD+ESRD) and Control (HD−ESRD) groups

From: Hemodialysis with end-stage renal disease did not raise the risk of intracranial hemorrhage after a head injury

Outcome Case Control Crude OR P AOR P
Overall       
 Yes, n (%) 78 (1.12) 108 (0.78) 1.46 (1.09–1.96) 0.0124 1.35 (0.97–1.88) 0.0737
 No, n (%) 6860 (98.88) 13,768 (99.22) 1.00   1.00  
Gender       
 Male       
  Yes, n (%) 37 (1.22) 52 (0.86) 1.43 (0.94–2.19) 0.0990 1.41 (0.86–2.29) 0.1706
  No, n (%) 3003 (98.78) 6028 (99.14) 1.00   1.00  
 Female       
  Yes, n (%) 41 (1.05) 56 (0.72) 1.48 (0.98–2.24) 0.0595 1.28 (0.81–2.02) 0.2950
  No, n (%) 3857 (98.95) 7740 (99.28) 1.00   1.00  
Age (years)       
 0 < 65      
  Yes, n (%) 38 (1.26) 41 (0.68) 1.89 (1.21–2.96) 0.0055 1.46 (0.78–2.73) 0.2353
  No, n (%) 2966 (98.74) 5967 (99.32) 1.00   1.00  
  ≥ 65      
  Yes, n (%) 40 (1.02) 67 (0.85) 1.20 (0.81–1.78) 0.3703 1.16 (0.77–1.76) 0.4829
  No, n (%) 3894 (99.98) 7801 (99.15) 1.00   1.00  
  1. Data are presented as n (%). Conditional logistical regression was used. Adjusted by DM, HTN, CHF, stroke, cancer, and liver disease. ESRD end-stage renal disease, HD hemodialysis, OR odds ratio, AOR adjusted odds ratio