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Table 1 Characteristics of patients who underwent REBOA

From: Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta performed by emergency physicians for traumatic hemorrhagic shock: a case series from Japanese emergency rooms

Overall n = 24  
Age (years) 51.5 (36.5–62.5)
Male, n (%) 17 (70.8%)
Blunt injury, n (%) 23 (95.8%)
Mechanism of injury, n (%)
 Motor vehicle accident 13 (54.2%)
 Fall 8 (33.3%)
 Other blunt trauma 2 (8.3%)
 Stab wound 1 (4.2%)
RTS 4.24 (2.61–6.11)
ISS 35.0 (25.8–42.3)
TRISS 0.67 (0.44–0.95)
24-h survival, n (%) 12 (50%)
In-hospital mortality, n (%) 7 (29.2%)
30-day mortality, n (%) 7(29.2%)
  1. For age, RTS, ISS, and TRISS, medians and interquartile ranges (25th–75th percentile) are shown
  2. ISS Injury Severity Score, REBOA resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta, RTS Revised Trauma Score, TRISS Trauma and Injury Severity Score