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Research Article

Institutional Incidence of Severe tPA-Induced Angioedema in Ischemic Cerebral Vascular Accidents

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of all patients by angioedema status.

Angioedema, (%), No angioedema, (%),

Age (years)79.0 (68.0–87.0)68.8 (28.0–98.0)

Sex
Male0 (0)64 (45)
Female4 (100)79 (55)

Race
Caucasian3 (75)93 (65)
Black1 (25)27 (19)
Asian0 (0)3 (2)
Hispanic0 (0)0
Unknown0 (0)20 (14)

Coronary artery disease (CAD)
Yes1 (25)34 (24)
No3 (75)109 (76)

Diabetes
Yes1 (25)34 (24)
No3 (75)109 (76)

Atrial fibrillation
Yes2 (50)44 (31)
No2 (50)99 (69)

Hypertension
Yes4 (100)125 (87)
No0 (0)18 (13)

ACE inhibitor use
Yes3 (75)40 (30)
No1 (25)103 (70)

Median NIHSS score109

Mean symptom onset to needle time (minutes)118.3140.9

Area of ischemia on imaging
Basal ganglia0 (0)6 (4)
Middle cerebral artery (MCA) only3 (75)77 (54)
Anterior cerebral artery (ACA) only0 (0)6 (4)
Posterior cerebral artery (PCA)1 (25)17 (12)
Both MCA and ACA0 (0)2 (1)
None evidenced0 (0)35 (25)

Median total length of stay (days)3012

Death
Yes1 (25)24 (17)
No3 (75)119 (83)

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