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Table 1 Clinical characteristics and neurointensive care management

From: Sphingosine 1-phosphate levels in cerebrospinal fluid after subarachnoid hemorrhage

Patient Age (years), Sex Location of Aneurysm Hemorrhage on initial CT graded on modified Fisher scale [1] Hunt & Hess grade WFNS grade Initial GCS Treatment Onset of VS (day) Confirmation of VS (CTA, DSA, MRI) Typef VS Detection of Infarction (CT/MRI) MRI Outcome
after 1 year (mRS)
1 55, female pericallosal artery 4 V 5 S/I/V (3a) Coiling 6 CTA aVS no 4
2 38, female posterior communicating artery 3 III 4 11 Clipping 5 DSA, CTA aVS yes 2
3 67, male perimesencephalic SAH, no aneurysm 3 III 3 15 no aneurysma found  - nVS no 0
4 68, male basilar artery 4 V 5 5 Coiling 9 CTA sVS CT no 5
5 45, male cortical SAH, no aneurysm 1 III 2 14 no aneurysm found 1  - aVS yes 0
6 41, male middle cerebral artery 3 IV 5 S/I/V (6a) Clipping 1 DSA aVS no 1
7 84, male anterior communicating artery 4 III 4 11 Coiling 8 CTA sVS CT no 5
8 71, female posterior communicating artery 4 IV 4 S/I/V (8a) Coiling 2 DSA, CTA sVS CT, MRI yes 5
9 61, female middle cerebral artery 4 V 5 S/I/V (3a) Clipping 8 DSA, CTA sVS CT no 4
10 60, female vertebral artery 3 I 1 15 Coiling 2   aVS no 0
11 50, male anterior communicating artery 3 II 2 13 Clipping 4 DSA, CTA aVS no 0
12 53, male basilar artery 4 V 5 S/I/V (3a) Coiling 7 CTA sVS CT, MRI yes 4
13 66, female anterior communicating artery 4 IV 4 11 Coiling 11 CTA, MRA sVS CT, MRI yes 3
14 71, female anterior communicating artery 4 V 5 S/I/V (5a) Clipping 1 DSA, CTA aVS  - no 6
15 46, female posterior communicating artery 4 IV 4 10 Clipping CTA nVS  - yes 4
16 61, male anterior communicating artery 1 III 2 14 Clipping 6 CTA aVS  - no 0
17 34, male basilar artery 4 IV 5 S/I/V (4a) Coiling 6 aVS  - yes 2
18 53, female anterior communicating artery 4 III 3 13 Coiling 3 CTA sVS CT no 5
  1. VS vasospasms, aVS asymptomatic vasospasms: evidence of vessel narrowing on CTA or Doppler sonography without cerebral ischemia, sVS symptomatic vasospasms: evidence of vessel narrowing on CTA or Doppler sonography with brain infarcts on CT or MRI, nVS no vasospasms: no evidence of vessel narrowing, a - GCS as documented prior to sedation/intubation by EMS