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Table 3 Multinomial logistic regression models for post-thrombolysis END and post-thrombolysis ENI

From: The association of neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio, platelet to lymphocyte ratio, and lymphocyte to monocyte ratio with post-thrombolysis early neurological outcomes in patients with acute ischemic stroke

Variable Post-thrombolysis END Post-thrombolysis ENI
OR (95%CI) P OR (95%CI) P
Age 1.015 (0.997–1.034) 0.109 0.980 (0.967–0.992) 0.002
Previous antiplatelet 0.654 (0.363–1.179) 0.158 1.249 (0.865–1.804) 0.235
NIHSS 1.041 (1.012–1.070) 0.005 1.029 (0.997–1.055) 0.102
DBP 0.997 (0.984–1.011) 0.704 0.985 (0.974–0.995) 0.003
HT 1.637 (0.849–3.157) 0.142 0.456 (0.229–0.908) 0.025
OTT 1.001 (0.998–1.005) 0.504 0.992 (0.990–0.995) 0.001
PAO 1.277 (0.834–1.954) 0.260 0.688 (0.489–0.968) 0.032
Stroke subtype
LAA Reference   Reference  
CE 0.988 (0.287–3.402) 0.984 0.365 (0.123–1.080) 0.069
SAO 0.263 (0.114–0.608) 0.002 0.649 (0.332–1.269) 0.206
SOE 0.477 (0.222–1.023) 0.057 1.229 (0.640–2.360) 0.535
SUE 0.410 (0.193–0.872) 0.021 0.862 (0.454–1.638) 0.651
FBG 1.112 (1.038–1.191) 0.003 1.054 (0.996–1.116) 0.070
Hs-CRP 1.036 (1.015–1.057) 0.002 1.013 (0.995–1.032) 0.156
NLR 1.385 (1.238–1.551) 0.001 0.713 (0.643–0.791) 0.001
PLR 1.013 (1.009–1.016) 0.001 1.005 (0.999–1.011) 0.084
LMR 0.680 (0.560–0.825) 0.001 1.023 (0.889–1.172) 0.751
  1. Abbreviations: END early neurological deterioration, ENI early neurological improvement, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, NIHSS National Institute of Health Stroke Scale, DBP diastolic blood pressure, HT hemorrhagic transformation, OTT onset to treatment time, PAO proximal arterial occlusion, LAA large-artery atherosclerosis, CE cardioembolism, SAO small-artery occlusion, SOE stroke of other determined etiology, SUE stroke of undetermined etiology, FBG fasting blood glucose, Hs-CRP hyper-sensitive C-reactive protein, NLR neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio, PLR platelet-lymphocyte ratio, LMR lymphocyte-monocyte ratio