Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10072-014-1640-9
Title: Racial disparities in early mortality in 1,134 young patients with acute stroke
Authors: Tsivgoulis, G.
Putaala, J.
Sharma, V.K. 
Balucani, C.
Martin-Schild, S.
Giannopoulos, S.
Batala, L.
Krogias, C.
Palazzo, P.
Shahripour, R.B.
Arvaniti, C.
Barlinn, K.
Strbian, D.
Haapaniemi, E.
Flamouridou, M.
Vadikolias, K.
Heliopoulos, I.
Voumvourakis, K.
Triantafyllou, N.
Azarpazhooh, M.R.
Athanasiadis, D.
Kosmidou, M.
Katsanos, A.H.
Vasdekis, S.N.
Stefanis, L.
Stamboulis, E.
Piperidou, C.
Tatlisumak, T.
Alexandrov, A.V.
Keywords: Mortality
Outcome
Race
Stroke in the young
Issue Date: Apr-2014
Citation: Tsivgoulis, G., Putaala, J., Sharma, V.K., Balucani, C., Martin-Schild, S., Giannopoulos, S., Batala, L., Krogias, C., Palazzo, P., Shahripour, R.B., Arvaniti, C., Barlinn, K., Strbian, D., Haapaniemi, E., Flamouridou, M., Vadikolias, K., Heliopoulos, I., Voumvourakis, K., Triantafyllou, N., Azarpazhooh, M.R., Athanasiadis, D., Kosmidou, M., Katsanos, A.H., Vasdekis, S.N., Stefanis, L., Stamboulis, E., Piperidou, C., Tatlisumak, T., Alexandrov, A.V. (2014-04). Racial disparities in early mortality in 1,134 young patients with acute stroke. Neurological Sciences 35 (7) : 1041-1049. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10072-014-1640-9
Abstract: We sought to investigate potential racial disparities in early outcomes of young individuals with stroke in an international multicenter study. We evaluated consecutive patients with first-ever acute stroke aged 18-45 years from prospective databases involving 12 tertiary-care stroke centers in North America (n = 2), Europe (n = 6), and Asia (n = 4). Demographics, vascular risk factors, stroke subtypes, pre-stroke functional status, stroke severity, blood pressure parameters, and serum glucose at hospital admission were documented. The outcome events of interest were 30-day mortality and 30-day favorable functional outcome (FFO) defined as modified-Rankin Scale score of 0-1. A total of 1,134 young adults (mean age 37.4 ± 7.0 years; 58.8 % men; 48.6 % Whites, 23.9 % Blacks, and 27.5 % Asians; median baseline National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale score 6 points, interquartile range 2-13) were included in the analyses. The 30-day stroke mortality and FFO rates differed (p 
Source Title: Neurological Sciences
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/125441
ISSN: 15901874
DOI: 10.1007/s10072-014-1640-9
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