Research Paper Volume 11, Issue 16 pp 6385—6397

Low triiodothyronine syndrome is associated with hemorrhagic transformation in patients with acute ischaemic stroke


Figure 2. Multivariate adjusted odds ratios for the association between low T3 syndrome and the subcategorized groups of HT (including HT, HI, PH and symptomatic HT respectively). OR, odds radio; CI, confidence level; HI-1, hemorrhagic infarct type 1; HI-2, hemorrhagic infarct type 2; HT: hemorrhagic transformation; PH-1, parenchymal hematoma type 1; PH-2, parenchymal hematoma type 2. aReference OR (1.000) is the absence of low T3 syndrome for outcome. bModel 1: adjusted for age, sex. cModel 2: adjusted for covariates from Model 1 and further adjusted for identified risk factors for HT (systolic blood pressure, baseline NIHSS score, atrial fibrillation, Current smoking and current alcohol drinking). dModel 3: adjusted for covariates from Model 2 and further adjusted for baseline leukocyte counts, fibrinogen, total cholesterol, the therapy of anticoagulant, antiplatelet and lipid-lowering.