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Table 1 Demographic and clinical patient characteristics at baseline

From: Long-term recovery of upper limb motor function and self-reported health: results from a multicenter observational study 1 year after discharge from rehabilitation

Demographic characteristics
 Female 42 (24)
 Age 59 (52–64)
Stroke type
 ischemic 160 (91)
hemorrhagic 16 (9)
Clinical characteristics
 Arm paresis 118 (73)
 NIHSS 2 (1–4)
 mRS 1 (1–2)
 Thrombolysis 32 (19)
 Thrombectomy 13 (8)
 Craniectomy 5 (3)
Cardiovascular risk factors
 Hypertention 140 (80)
 Hyperlipidemia 112 (68)
 Diabetes mellitus 31 (18)
 Atrial fibrillation 15 (11)
 Overweight 77 (44)
 Nicotine abuse 89 (51)
 Alcohol abuse 16 (9)
  1. Values are expressed as number (percent) or median (interquartile range). NIHSS: National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale, mRS: modified Rankin Scale