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From: Blood pressure in acute intracerebral haemorrhage

Figure 2

Twenty-eight-day survival belonging to four quartlies of MAP (cutoff values 118, 132 and 145 mmHg). Survival rates decreased progressively with increasing quartiles of MAP. The differences between the first three quartiles and the fourth quartile are statistically highly significant (log-rank test P< 0.0001 to P=0.0010). Q indicates quartile. (1) MAP Q: <118 mmHg. (2) MAP Q: <132 mmHg. (3) MAP Q: <145 mmHg, (4) MAP Q: >145 mmHg. Reprinted with permission from Stroke 1997; 28: 1396–1400 (Fogelholm et al14: Prognostic value and determinants of first day MAP in spontaneous supratentorial ICH).

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