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Table 1 Local oxygenation was independent of the zone of occlusion at the stomach, small intestine, colon and the extremities.

From: Zone-dependent acute circulatory changes in abdominal organs and extremities after resuscitative balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA): an experimental model

Zone-dependent oxygenation (sO2 [A.U.]) of organs during occlusion of the aorta
  Baseline Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 p-value
n 6 6 6 6  
Stomach (mean ± SD) 69.3 (21.9) 63.5 (11.4) 73.2 (10.5) 81.5 (15.5) n.s
Small intestine (mean ± SD) 64.8 (17.3) 46.8 (8.9) 47.5 (6.8) 56.8 (5.8) n.s
Colon (mean ± SD) 74.0 (48.8) 34.0 (19.4) 50.0 (18.7) 56.7 (22.6) n.s
Extremity (mean ± SD) 86.7 (10.2) 65.3 (17.0) 79.5 (13.6) 74.5 (8.1) n.s
Kidney (mean ± SD) 50.2 (8.9) 1.0 (0.0) 12.6 (25.9) 36.8 (42.0) 0.013
Liver (mean ± SD) 41.3 (15.3) 2.3 (2.2) 23.3 (35.7) 56.0 (6.9) 0.001
  1. Local oxygenation levels changed significantly at the kidney, and the liver during occlusion in zones 1 and 2.  ± : Standard deviation; n.s.:  not significant zone-dependent changes in local oxygenation
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