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

  • Junya Tsurukiri1Email author,
  • Itsurou Akamine1,
  • Takao Sato1,
  • Masatsugu Sakurai1,
  • Eitaro Okumura1,
  • Mariko Moriya1,
  • Hiroshi Yamanaka1 and
  • Shoichi Ohta2
Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine201624:72

https://doi.org/10.1186/s13049-016-0264-x

Published: 16 May 2016

The original article was published in Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine 2016 24:13

Erratum

After publication of the original article [1], it came to the authors’ attention that there were some errors affecting Tables 1 and 3. These errors do not affect the scientific conclusion of the study presented in the original article.
Table 1

Demographics and clinical characteristics of patients

Variables

Trauma (n = 16)

Non-trauma (n = 9)

Total (n = 25)

Age (y), median (IQR)

72 (39–82)

69 (63–72)

69 (45–80)

Male, n (%)

6 (38)

9 (100)*

15 (75)

Shock index, median (IQR)

1.4 (1.1 − 1.5)

1.6 (1.0 - 2.1)

1.4 (1.1 − 1.6)

Injury severity score, median (IQR)

41 (33–49)

Glasgow-Blatchford score, median (IQR)

12 (11–14)

Systolic blood pressure before REBOA (mmHg), median (IQR)

78 (67–87)

64 (61–77)

71 (62–87)

Base excess (mmol/L), median (IQR)

−9.0 (−18.7 − -6.3)

−11.5 (−14.6 − -9.2)

−9.4 (−15.1 − -6.4)

pH, median (IQR)

7.33 (7.25 − 7.41)

7.30 (7.23 − 7.38)

7.32 (7.23 − 7.39)

Lactate (mg/dL), median (IQR)

4.3 (3.2 − 9.0)

6.3 (5.6 − 11.0)

5.7 (3.7 − 11.0)

Prothrombin time (%), median (IQR)

64.5 (46.5 − 79.5)

67.0 (51.0 − 73.0)

67.0 (48.0 − 77.0)

Activated partial thromboplastin time (sec), median (IQR)

56.3 (41.4 − 75.9)

39.3 (35.3 − 64.5)

53.4 (38.2 − 75.7)

Insertion at the ER, n (%)

16 (100)

6 (67)

22 (88)

Failed REBOA, n (%)

3 (19)

0

3 (12)

Total occlusion time of REBOA (min), median (IQR)

65 (57–99)

55 (50–95)

61 (51–98)

PRBC transfusion within 24 h (mL), median (IQR)

1540 (840–2590)

1960 (1400–2800)

FFP transfusion within 24 h (mL), median (IQR) Outcomes, n (%)

720 (360–1440)

900 (720–1440)

 Died at the ER

5 (31)

0

5 (20)

 Died within 24 h

4 (25)

1 (11)

5 (20)

 Died within 2 months

1 (6)

2 (22)

3 (12)

ER emergency room, FFP fresh frozen plasma, 1QR interquartile range, PRBC packed red blood cells and REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta; * p < 0.05 vs. trauma group

Table 3

Characteristics of non-trauma patients

No.

Age

Sex

SI

Glasgow- Blatchford score

Clinical Rock all score

Diagnosis

Treatment

Sheath insertion

Position (Zone)

CPA during procedure

Intervals for REBOA (miri)

REBOA-related complications

Outcome

Cause of death

ER

24 h>

3monts>

17

69

M

1.6

13

3

Gastric ulcer

Surgery

Success

I

No

46

None

Alive

.Alive

.Alive

-

18

50

M

1.0

12

2

Duodenal ulcer

AE (failed endoscopy)

Success

I

No

50

None

Alive

Alive

Alive

-

19

64

M

2.1

11

3

Pseudoaneurysm by pancreatic fistula

AE

Success

I

Yes

54

None

Alive

Alive

Alive

-

20

S3

M

2.1

19

4

Duodenal ticer

Endoscopy

Success

I

No

140

None

Alive

Alive

Alive

-

21

36

M

0.7

7

3

Gastric ulcer

Endoscopy

Success

I

No

20

None

Alive

Alive

Alive

-

22

69

M

2.8

17

3

Gastric ulcer

Endoscopy

Success

I

No

57

None

Alive

Alive

Alive

-

23

72

M

1.2

9

3

Gastric ulcer/ Cerebral infarction

AE (failed endoscopy)

Success

I

Yes

55

None

Alive

Alive

Dead

Exsanguination

24

69

M

1.7

12

3

Duodenal ulcer

AE (failed endoscopy)

Success

I

Yes

95

None

Alive

.Alive

Dead

Ischemic encephalopathy

25

78

M

0.8

14

5

Duodenal ulcer

AE (failed endoscopy)

Success

I

No

145

None

Alive

Dead

-

Exsanguination

SI shock index, CPA cardiopulm onary arrest, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta, ER emergencyroom, AE angioembolizatoin

In Table 1, the Glasgow-Blatchford score in the Non-trauma group was mistakenly left blank. This should have read: ‘12 (11–14)’. Additionally, the abbreviations listed in the Table footnote were inconsistent with the abbreviations found in the Table itself. APACHE and ICU should not have been included in the footnote, and FFP (fresh frozen plasma) and PRBC (packed red blood cells) were omitted by mistake. A revised Table 1 is published in this erratum.

In Table 3, the ages of patients no. 17, 19 and 25 were incorrectly given in the Table. These ages should have been 64, 78 and 69 respectively. Also, the Diagnosis of patient no. 18 was incorrectly given as ‘Gastric ulcer’. This should have been ‘Duodenum ulcer’. A revised Table 3 is published in this erratum.

Notes

Declarations

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Tokyo Medical University Hachioji Medical Center
(2)
Emergency and Disaster Medicine, Tokyo Medical University Hospital

Reference

  1. Tsurukiri J, Akamine I, Sato T, Sakurai M, Okumura E, Moriya M, et al. Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta for uncontrolled haemorrahgic shock as an adjunct to haemostatic procedures in the acute care setting. Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med. 2016;24:13. doi:https://doi.org/10.1186/s13049-016-0205-8.View ArticlePubMedPubMed CentralGoogle Scholar

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