Table 2: Clinical outcome and haemorrhagic complications.

<85 y-o Oldest Old Group comparison
value

Patients lost to followup (%)79 (5.65)13 (12.26)
NIHSS score at 24 hours, median (IQR)6 (2–15)11 (4–19)<0.001
NIHSS score at day 7, median (IQR)3 (0–11)6 (1–16.5)0.005
Long-term outcome parameters (day 90)
 Favourable outcome (mRS 0-1), (%)594 (45)29 (31.2)0.009
 Independent outcome (mRS 0–2), (%)772 (58.7)37 (40.2)0.001
 Moderate disability, severe disability, or death (mRS 3–6), (%)541 (41.1)55 (59.8)0.001
 Mortality (%)155 (11.5)26 (28)<0.001
Causes of death
 Ischaemic stroke, (%)60 (42.3)9 (36)ns
 SICH, (%)16 (11.3)1 (4)ns
 Myocardial Infarction, (%)5 (3.5)1 (4)ns
 Pneumonia, (%)41 (28.9)12 (48)ns
 Pulmonary thromboembolism, (%)1 (0.7)0ns
 Other vascular causes, (%)7 (4.9)2 (8)ns
Hemorrhagic transformation
 AICH, (%)201 (16%)15 (16%)0.983
 SICH, (%)48 (3.7)3 (3.1)1.000

NIHSS: National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; mRS: Modified Rankin Scale; IQR: interquartile range. SICH: symptomatic intracranial haemorrhage; AICH: Asymptomatic intracranial haemorrhage. Statistical significance .