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Table 4 Comparison of survivors and non-survivors

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

Variables Survivors Non-survivors Total (n = 25)
Trauma, n (%) 6 (38) 10 (63) -
Non-trauma, n (%) 6 (67) 3 (33) -
Injury severity score, median (IQR) 35 (19–41) 41 (36–50) -
Trauma and injury severity score, median (IQR) 0.79 (0.46–0.94)* 0.23 (0.15–0.44) -
Revised trauma score, median (IQR) 5.56 (5.17–6.43)* 6.13 (4.03–6.38) -
SBP before REBOA (mmHg), median (IQR)    
 Trauma 87 (85–89) 67 (60–74) 78 (67–87)
 Non-trauma 63 (60–84) 67 (65–72) 64 (61–77)
 Total 86 (63–89) 67 (61–75) 71 (62–87)
SBP after REBOA (mmHg), median (IQR)    
 Trauma 115 (106–123) 78 (72–100) 104 (78–118)
 Non-trauma 104 (93–123) 112 (106–137) 111 (97–127)
 Total 112 (101–126)** 95 (74–111)** 107 (90–118)**
ΔSBP (mmHg), median (IQR)    
 Trauma 26 (19–46) 11 (8–30) 22 (11–32)
 Non-trauma 35 (28–37) 49 (41–67) 37 (32–49)
 Total 31 (22–41) 30 (11–45) 31 (19–46)
Blood transfusion (mL), median (IQR)    
 Trauma 840 (840–2310) 1960 (980–2450) 1540 (840–2590)
 Non-trauma 2240 (1540–2730) 1960 (1260–2380) 1960 (1400–2800)
 Total 1680 (840–2800) 1960 (840–2520) 1960 (840–2800)
Occlusion time of IABO catheter (min), median (IQR)    
 Trauma 55 (44–64) 99 (63–117) 65 (57–99)
 Non-trauma 54 (47–56) 95 (75–120) 55 (50–95)
 Total 52 (45–63)* 97 (61–121) 61 (51–98)
  1. IQR interquartile range, SBP systolic blood pressure, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta, and IABO intra-aortic balloon occlusion; * p < 0.05 vs. non-survivors; ** p < 0.01 vs. SBP before REBOA in each group