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Table 1 Comparison between REBOA responders and non-responders

From: Pre-hospital CPR and early REBOA in trauma patients — results from the ABOTrauma Registry

 Responders (n = 16)Non-responders (n = 10)p value
Age (years)40 (8–79)62.5 (20–78)0.39
Male to female11:57:30.99
Blunt to penetrating trauma*13:38:00.53
ISS51 (25–75)42 (25–75)0.52
NISS51 (25–75)43 (25–75)0.62
SBP before REBOA (mmHg)56.5 (0–80)40 (0–147)0.76
SBP after REBOA (mmHg)95.5 (43–200)40 (0–131)0.03
partial-REBOA*7/12 (58%)3/6 (50%)0.99
REBOA time (minutes)45 (17–70)28.5 (8–70)0.49
RISC mortality98.1 (57.4–100)95.9 (63.2–99.8)0.34
Survival6/16 (37.5%)1/10 (10%)0.19
  1. Data are presented as median (range) or number as appropriate. p value Mann-Whitney U test or Fisher’s exact test as appropriate
  2. ISS Injury Severity Score, NISS New Injury Severity Score, SBP systolic blood pressure, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta, RISC Revised Injury Severity Classification
  3. *Numbers do not add up to 26 due to missing data