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Title: Aortic balloon occlusion (REBOA) in pelvic ring injuries: preliminary results of the ABO Trauma Registry
Authors: Federico Coccolini
Marco Ceresoli
David T. McGreevy
Mitra Sadeghi
Artai Pirouzram
Asko Toivola
Per Skoog
Koji Idoguchi
Yuri Kon
Tokiya Ishida
Yosuke Matsumura
Junichi Matsumoto
Viktor Reva
Mariusz Maszkowski
Paola Fugazzola
Matteo Tomasoni
Enrico Cicuttin
Luca Ansaloni
Claudia Zaghi
Maria Grazia Sibilla
Camilla Cremonini
Adam Bersztel
Eva Corina Caragounis
Mårten Falkenberg
Lauri Handolin
George Oosthuizen
Endre Szarka
Vassil Manchev
Tongporn Wannatoop
Sung Wook Chang
Boris Kessel
Dan Hebron
Gad Shaked
Miklosh Bala
Carlos A. Ordoñez
Peter Hibert-Carius
Massimo Chiarugi
Kristofer F. Nilsson
Thomas Larzon
Emiliano Gamberini
Vanni Agnoletti
Fausto Catena
Tal M. Hörer
Fundación Valle del Lili
Azienda Ospedaliera-Universitaria Pisana
Sahlgrenska Universitetssjukhuset
Ohta Nishinouchi Hospital
Soroka University Medical Center
Hille Yaffe Medical Center Israel
University of KwaZulu-Natal College of Health Sciences
University of Maryland
Helsinki University Hospital
Ospedale M. Bufalini
St. Marianna University School of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University
Örebro Universitet
Azienda Ospedaliero - Universitaria di Parma
BG-Kliniken Bergmannstrost Halle
Military Medical Academy, Saint Petersburg
Chiba University School of Medicine
Dankook University
Hadassah University Medical Centre
Dzhanelidze Research Institute of Emergency Medicine
Hachinohe City Hospital
Rinku General Medical Center
Keywords: Medicine
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2020
Citation: Updates in Surgery. (2020)
Abstract: © 2020, Italian Society of Surgery (SIC). EndoVascular and Hybrid Trauma Management (EVTM) has been recently introduced in the treatment of severe pelvic ring injuries. This multimodal method of hemorrhage management counts on several strategies such as the REBOA (resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta). Few data exist on the use of REBOA in patients with a severely injured pelvic ring. The ABO (aortic balloon occlusion) Trauma Registry is designed to capture data for all trauma patients in hemorrhagic shock where management includes REBOA placement. Among all patients included in the ABO registry, 72 patients presented with severe pelvic injuries and were the population under exam. 66.7% were male. Mean and median ISS were respectively 43 and 41 (SD ± 13). Isolated pelvic injuries were observed in 12 patients (16.7%). Blunt trauma occurred in 68 patients (94.4%), penetrating in 2 (2.8%) and combined in 2 (2.8%). Type of injury: fall from height in 15 patients (23.1%), traffic accident in 49 patients (75.4%), and unspecified impact in 1 patient (1.5%). Femoral access was gained pre-hospital in 1 patient, in emergency room in 43, in operating room in 12 and in angio-suite in 16. REBOA was positioned in zone 1 in 59 patients (81,9%), in zone 2 in 1 (1,4%) and in zone 3 in 12 (16,7%). Aortic occlusion was partial/periodical in 35 patients (48,6%) and total occlusion in 37 patients (51,4%). REBOA associated morbidity rate: 11.1%. Overall mortality rate was 54.2% and early mortality rate (≤ 24 h) was 44.4%. In the univariate analysis, factors related to early mortality (≤ 24 h) are lower pH values (p = 0.03), higher base deficit (p = 0.021), longer INR (p = 0.012), minor increase in systolic blood pressure after the REBOA inflation (p = 0.03) and total aortic occlusion (p = 0.008). None of these values resulted significant in the multivariate analysis. In severe hemodynamically unstable pelvic trauma management, REBOA is a viable option when utilized in experienced centers as a bridge to other treatments; its use might be, however, accompanied with severe-to-lethal complications.
URI: http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/53888
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ISSN: 20383312
2038131X
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