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Table 2 Characteristics of trauma patients

From: Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta for uncontrolled haemorrahgic shock as an adjunct to haemostatic procedures in the acute care setting

No. Age (y) Sex Mechanism SI ISS Injury (AIS > 3) Sheath insertion Position (Zone) Intervals for REBOA (min) REBOA-related complications Outcome Cause of death
Head Chest Abdomen Pelvis Vertebral Extremity ER >24 h >2 months
1 34 F Fall 1.5 29 - + - Stable - + Success III 65 None Alive Alive Alive -
2 45 M Laceration 1.5 9 - - - - - Popliteal artery and vein tear Success III 70 None Alive Alive Alive -
3 21 M TA (motorcycle) 1.1 16 - - Spleen: Grade IV - - - Success II 40 None Alive Alive Alive -
4 78 F TA (pedestrian) 1.4 41 + + - Unstable - - Success III 43 None Alive Alive Alive  
5 19 F TA (motorcycle) 1.6 50 - + Liver: Grade III - - + Success I 62 None Alive Alive Alive -
6 52 M Fall 0.9 41 + + Liver: Grade IV - + - Success I 48 None Alive Alive Alive -
7 71 F TA (pedestrian) 1.0 57 + + Spleen: Grade IV Unstable - - Success I 99 None Dead - - Exsanguination
8 85 M TA (motorcycle) 1.4 41 - + - Unstable - - Success III 60 None Dead - - Exsanguination
9 73 F Fall 1.9 57 + + - Unstable + - Success II 65 None Dead - - Exsanguination
10 86 F TA (pedestrian) 1.1 48 + + - Unstable - - Fail II - None Dead - - Exsanguination
11 82 F TA (pedestrian) 1.1 50 + - Spleen: Grade III Unstable - + Fail II - None Dead - - Brain dead
12 76 F TA (pedestrian) 1.2 25 - - Kidney: Grade IV - - + Fail I - None Alive Dead - Exsanguination
13 41 F Fall 2.2 34 - + Spleen: Grade III Stable - - Success I 135 None Alive Dead - Exsanguination
14 83 F Fall 1.5 34 + Pulmonary vein injury - - + - Success I 124 None Alive Dead - ARDS
15 84 M TA (pedestrian) 1.2 41 + - Spleen: Grade IV - - - Success II 57 None Alive Dead - Brain dead
16 24 M TA (motorcycle) 1.3 41 + Brachial tear - - - - Success I 110 None Alive Alive Dead Brain dead
  1. SI shock index, ISS injury severity score, AIS abbreviated Injury Scale, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion for the aorta, ER emergency room, TA traffic accident and ARDS acute respiratory distress syndrome