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Table 2 Interventional Radiology Coverage at Level I Trauma Centers

From: Variability in the timeliness of interventional radiology availability for angioembolization of hemodynamically unstable pelvic fractures: a prospective survey among U.S. level I trauma centers

Questions and Responses % (n) n
Does the interventional radiology department have on-site coverage 24-h a day?
 Yes 54% (20) 37
 No 46% (17)
How many hours per day is there an interventional radiologist available by call only?
 8 13% (2) 16
 10 19% (3)
 12 31% (5)
 13 6% (1)
 14 13% (2)
 15 6% (1)
 24 13% (2)
Approximately how long does it take for an interventional radiologist to arrive when working off-site?
 0–10 min 0 17
 11–20 min 6% (1)
 21–30 min 71% (12)
  ≥ 31 min 24% (4)
Approximately how long does it take for IR to set-up for angioembolization once an interventional radiologist is on-site?
 0–30 min 54% (20) 37
 31–60 min 35% (13)
 61–120 min 11% (4)
 120–180 min 0
  > 180 min 0
  1. IR Interventional radiology