Table 3: Significant factors associated with intracerebral hemorrhage as diagnosed using computed tomography of the brain in head injury patients who were moderate risk for intracranial hemorrhage.

FactorsUnadjusted odds ratio
(95% confidence interval)
Adjusted odds ratio
(95% confidence interval)

Diabetes mellitus2.500 (0.618, 10.107)0.617 (0.084, 4.621)
Hypertension4.000 (1.089, 14.689)11.376 (1.317, 98.262)
Motorcycle0.414 (0.114, 1.504)0.522 (0.116, 2.354)
Syncope3.942 (1.200, 12.953)1.043 (0.235, 4.630)
Headache3.051 (1.121, 8.353)4.011 (1.097, 14.661)
Amnesia2.340 (0.865, 6.329)1.908 (0.500, 7.282)
Loss of consciousness9.625 (2.973, 31.162)10.282 (2.436, 43.395)
Glasgow Coma Scale score0.350 (0.179, 0.685)0.164 (0.057, 0.474)

Note. Bold indicated significant factors.