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Table 3 Literature review

From: Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta for uncontrollable nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding

  Author Year of publication Study type Number of patient Age (years) Sex Diagnosis CPA Sheath (Fr.) Insertion method Use fluoroscopy Position (Zone) Intervals for REBOA (min) Hemodynam ics (SBP) Complications Definitive hemostatic control Outcome
1 Low et al. [11] 1986 case series 1 NA NA mesenteric thrombosis yes 11.5 cutdown no NA NA improved NA NA Dead
2 Karkos et al. [12] 2001 case report 1 36 female duodenum ulcer no NA cutdown no I 30 70 → 140 mmHg none surgery Alive
3 Hill et al. [13] 2010 case report 1 9 female aortoesophageal fistula yes 7 percutaneous no I NA improved none stent graft Alive
4 Shigesato et al. [14] 2015 case report 1 79 female duodenum ulcer yes 9 percutaneous no I 150 40 → 240  mmHg none surgery Alive
  1. CPA cardiopulmonary arrest, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta, SBP systolic blood pressure