Table 4:

Clinical outcome in patients treated by aneurysm clipping versus coilinga

All, no. (%)Clip, no. (%)Coil, no. (%)OR (95% CI)P Value
No. of patients100 (100)50 (50)50 (50)
Mortality by discharge (n = 100; 50 clip, 50 coil)10 (10)3 (6.0)7 (14.0)0.5 (0.1–2.0).31
mRS >2 at discharge (n = 100; 50 clip, 50 coil)74 (74)37 (74)37 (74)3.0 (1.0–10.0).06
Survivors' mRS >2 at discharge (n = 90; 47 clip, 43 coil)64 (71.1)34 (72.3)30 (69.8)3.4 (1.2–12.3).04
Survivors' mRS >2 at 3 months (n = 74; 39 clip, 35 coil)16 (22)9 (23.1)7 (20.0)2.1 (0.6–8.0).24
  • a Percentages refer to the number of patients with non-missing values. P values are from the likelihood ratio test using propensity scores and odds ratios, and resulting 95% confidence intervals are derived from the logistic model that includes both treatment and propensity scores (see “Materials and Methods” section).