Table 1

Differences in variables between patients with normal systemic mean blood pressure (<100 mm Hg) and high systemic mean blood pressure (≥100 mm Hg).

VariablePatients with SMBP < 100 mm Hg (n=24)Patients with SMBP ≥ 100 mm Hg (n=12)p Value univariate analysisOR (95% CI)
Logistic regression analysisp Value
Age (years)70.8±7.973.1±9.50.4488
Male, n (%)11 (45.8)7 (58.3)0.4795
Time from onset to admission (min)81.5±77.663.8±28.50.4519
NIHSS21.4±3.522.0±3.80.6479
ICA occlusion, n (%)8 (33.3)5 (41.7)0.6236
PMBP (mm Hg)89.3±11.0107.1±8.8<0.0001*0.833 (0.738 to 0.940)0.0029
DMBP (mm Hg)37.3±14.333.0±11.80.3690
Good recanalization, n (%)22 (91.7)10 (83.3)0.4533
  • * p<0.1 in the univariate analysis.

  • DMBP, distal mean blood pressure; ICA, internal carotid artery; NIHSS, National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; OR, odds ratio; PMBP, proximal mean blood pressure; SMBP, systemic mean blood pressure.