All patients were managed in the Neurosurgery Intensive Care Unit with standard medical treatment and care. CT scans, routine blood tests, blood biochemistry (e.g., hepatic and renal function, electrolytes), and routine coagulation studies were performed immediately when the patients were admitted to the emergency department. The medical history and neurological physical examination were also recorded immediately after hospitalization in the Neurosurgery Intensive Care Unit. All patients had their vital signs monitored and were given supportive treatment at the same time, and all patients received standard medical treatments for sICH. The medical treatments included decreasing intracranial pressure, blood pressure control, prevention of complications, and other treatments individually. Mannitol was administered at an appropriate dose based on the clinical conditions of the patients. All medical management procedures followed the recommendations of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association guidelines and clinical experience.[10,11]

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