Table 4

Characteristics and outcomes of complete and partial REBOA

Characteristics and outcomesC-REBOA (n=37)P-REBOA (n=78)P value*
CPR at REBOA insertion, n (%)6 (16)15 (19)0.80
Pre-occlusion SBP, mm Hg62 (40–80)61 (45–82)0.45
Post-occlusion SBP, mm Hg100 (74–116)115 (99–136)0.009
Haemodynamics after REBOA, n (%)
Improvement in haemodynamics26 (70)72 (92)0.004
Achievement of stability19 (51)61 (78)0.007
Duration of aortic occlusion, min
Total duration of occlusion33 (18–63)58 (30–100)0.041
Duration of partial occlusion N/A33 (12–64)N/A
24-Hour survival, n (%)20 (54)45 (58)0.84
30-Day survival, n (%)14 (38)39 (50)0.24
  • The data are presented as median (IQR) for continuous variables or as absolute number (%) for categorical data.

  • *P values were calculated using the Mann–Whitney U test and Fisher’s exact test for the difference between the C-REBOA and P-REBOA groups.

  • CPR, cardiopulmonary resuscitation; C-REBOA, complete REBOA; P-REBOA, partial REBOA; REBOA, resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta; SBP, systolic blood pressure.