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Table 2 Outcome comparisons between REBOA and ACC

From: Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta versus aortic cross clamping among patients with critical trauma: a nationwide cohort study in Japan

  REBOA (n = 636) ACC (n = 267) P value
Disposition at discharge    <0.001*
 Died (in-hospital mortality) 405/607 (67%) 210/233 (90%)  
 Transferred 118/607 (19%) 11/233 (1.8%)
 Home 83/607 (14%) 12/233 (2.0%)
 Other 1/607 (0.1%) 0/233 (0.0%)
Disposition at ED    <0.001*
 Died (ED mortality) 137/625 (22%) 130/264 (49%)  
 CU admission 472/625 (76%) 129/264 (49%)
 Ward admission 137/625 (22%) 4/264 (1.5%)
 Other 5/625 (1.8%) 1/264 (0.4%)
  1. The variables are shown as n (%)
  2. ACC aortic cross clamping, ED emergency department, ICU intensive care unit, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta
  3. *Chi-square test