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Table 2 Treatment characteristics comparing patients treated in German hospitals for intracerebral hemorrhage (I61) and acute ischemic stroke (I63) between 2011 and 2017 (n = 1.721.447)

From: Inpatient TIA and stroke care in adult patients in Germany - retrospective analysis of nationwide administrative data sets of 2011 to 2017

variableICH (%, 95%PI)
(ICD I61)
AIS (%, 95%PI)
(ICD I63)
OR (95%CI)
In-hospital mortality28.1% (6–47%)7.3% (0–15%)6.43 (5.98–6.92)
Δ 2017 vs. 2011
Δ expected
+ 5.7%
+ 1.9%
−6.3%
−7.0%
 
Total ICU treatment36.2% (11–64%)9.7% (6–14%)4.91 (4.39–5.48)
basic ICU treatment
(OPS 8–980)
17.9% (0–39%)5.3% (0–10%)3.31 (2.89–3.79)
complex ICU treatment
(OPS 8-98f)*
18.3% (3–50%)4.4% (5–7%)5.05 (4.49–5.68)
Total SU treatment41.6% (34–46%)68.2% (56–81%)0.30 (0.28–0.32)
SU treatment < 72 h
(OPS 8–981.0
9.9% (6–13%)29.6% (26–34%)0.25 (0.23–0.27)
SU treatment > 72 h
(OPS 8–981.1
31.7% (23–37%)38.6% (28–49%)0.69 (0.67–0.72)
  1. ICH, intracerebral hemorrhage; AIS, acute ischemic stroke; OR, odds ratio; Δ expected, relative difference between age-adjusted expected rate for 2017 with reference to 2011; * case numbers OPS 8-98f in 2013–2017, see “Methods” section