Risk of late seizures
SeLECT predicts the absolute cumulative risk of late seizures after stroke. Late seizures are defined as spontaneous seizures occurring > 7 days after ischemic stroke. The 95% confidence interval for the risk estimates is given in brackets.
The user can choose a custom prediction time in months using the slider. The range is between 0 and 60 months.
The prediction graph displays Kaplan Meier risk estimates for the calculated SeLECT value. X-axis is time in months, Y-axis is cumulative absolute risk in percent. The dotted line is the 95% confidence interval.