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Table 3 Examining Associations with REBOA Use

From: A descriptive survey on the use of resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) for pelvic fractures at US level I trauma centers

 Does Not Use REBOA
n = 21
Uses REBOA
n = 15
np
Does your hospital have a guideline for the management of pelvic fractures?
 No33% (7)13% (2)360.25
 Yes67% (14)87% (13)
In what year was your guideline for the management of pelvic fractures implemented?
 200511% (1)0180.55
 200611% (1)0
 2011011% (1)
 201311% (1)22% (2)
 201411% (1)0
 201522% (2)11% (1)
 201622% (2)56% (5)
 201711% (1)0
What published guideline does your hospital follow?
 ATLS18% (2)0210.17
 EAST36% (4)50% (5)
 TQIP030% (3)
 WTA36% (4)20% (2)
 Othera9% (1)0
How long has your trauma center been a Level I trauma center?
  ≤ 1 year5% (1)7% (1)360.94
  >  1 year to 2 years19% (4)7% (1)
  >  2 years to 5 years19% (4)20% (3)
  > 5 to 10 years5% (1)7% (1)
  > 10 years52% (11)60% (9)
How many trauma admissions did your site have in 2017?
 Low volume (≤ 1500)14% (3)7% (1)360.63
 High volume (>  1500)86% (18)93% (14)
  1. ATLS Advanced Trauma Life Support, EAST Eastern Association for The Surgery of Trauma, TQIP Trauma Quality Improvement Project, WTA Western Trauma Association. a Participant indicated that protocol is based on the Orthopedic Trauma Association, EAST, TQIP and a literature review