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Table 3 Characteristics of non-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 Sex SI Glasgow-Blatchford score Clinical Rockall score Diagnosis Treatment Sheath insertion Position (Zone) Sheath insertion CPA during procedure Intervals for REBOA (min) REBOA-related complications Outcome Cause of death
ER 24 h> 3 months>
17 68 M 1.6 13 3 Gastric ulcer Surgery Success I Success No 46 None Alive Alive Alive -
18 50 M 1.0 12 2 Gastric ulcer AE (failed endoscopy) Success I Success No 50 None Alive Alive Alive -
19 63 M 2.1 11 3 Pseudo-aneurysm by pancreatic fistula AE Success I Success Yes 54 None Alive Alive Alive -
20 83 M 2.1 19 4 Duodenal ulcer Endoscopy Success I Success No 140 None Alive Alive Alive -
21 36 M 0.7 7 3 Gastric ulcer Endoscopy Success I Success No 20 None Alive Alive Alive -
22 69 M 2.8 17 3 Gastric ulcer Endoscopy Success I Success No 57 None Alive Alive Alive -
23 72 M 1.2 9 3 Gastric ulcer/ Cerebral infarction AE (failed endoscopy) Success I Success Yes 55 None Alive Alive Dead Exsanguination
24 69 M 1.7 12 3 Duodenal ulcer AE (failed endoscopy) Success I Success Yes 95 None Alive Alive Dead Ischemic encephalopathy
25 80 M 0.8 14 5 Duodenal ulcer AE (failed endoscopy) Success I Success No 145 None Alive Dead - Exsanguination
  1. SI shock index, CPA cardiopulmonary arrest, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta, ER emergency room; and AE angioembolizatoin