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Table 2 The relationship between age and Glasgow Coma Scale with six-month mortality

From: Common intensive care scoring systems do not outperform age and glasgow coma scale score in predicting mid-term mortality in patients with spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage treated in the intensive care unit

Mortality, % (absolute numbers)
Age, years All patients (n = 3218) GCS 3 to 8 (n = 1999) GCS 9 to 12 (n = 485) GCS 13 to15 (n = 734)
<40 34 (88/258) 57 (83/146) 8 (3/40) 3 (2/72)
40 to 49 41 (171/415) 66 (155/235) 11 (6/56) 8 (10/124)
50 to 59 47 (400/860) 65 (360/557) 21 (26/126) 8 (14/177)
60 to 69 47 (448/946) 67 (397/589) 21 (32/151) 9 (19/206)
70 to 79 58 (350/607) 75 (297/398) 39 (35/91) 15 (18/118)
≥ 80 53 (70/132) 71 (53/74) 43 (9/21) 22 (8/37)