Table 3: Interventions.

Indication for interventionLocalisation of bleedingMaterial of embolizationDuration of embolization (min)

1L kidney lesion + pelvic fracture with blushinferior rectal artery + L renal arteryCoils60
2Decrease in Hb + blushbranches pudendal artery + EIAContour particles60
3Remaining blood lossbranches pudendal artery L + RCoils166
4Active bleeding with blushIIA + branches R hepaticGelfoam61
5Decrease in Hbsuperior gluteal artery + iliolumbar arteryGelfoam14
6Decrease in Hbbranch gluteal arteryGelfoam41
7Decrease in Hbbranch IIA L + proximal IIA RCoils77
8Decrease in Hbpudendal artery L + RCoils82
9Blushbranches IIA LCoils44
10Hemodynamic instabilitybranches IIA R + branch IIA LCoils + Histoacryl220
11Blushbranch IIA RGelfoam + coils39
12Blushbranch IIA RHistoacryl44
13Active bleeding with blushbranch EIA L + gastric artery LGelfoam + coils96
14Gained hemodynamic instability + blushbranch IIA L (proximal + distal)Coils58
15Gained hemodynamic instabilityIIA L + RGelfoam + coils26
16Hemodynamic instable (no surgery possible) + blushIIA LCoils90
17Remaining blood lossbranches IIA LCoils106
18Remaining hemodynamic instable + blushbranches IIA L + IIA RGelfoam + coils71
19Decrease in HbIIA L + pudendal artery RCoils43

IIA: Internal Iliac Artery; EIA: External Iliac Artery; L: left; R: right.