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Table 2 Maternal and neonatal intra- and postoperative outcomes for low and high suspicion for PA patients

From: Clinical outcomes and anesthetic management of pregnancies with placenta previa and suspicion for placenta accreta undergoing intraoperative abdominal aortic balloon occlusion during cesarean section

OutcomeLow suspicion group (n = 10)High suspicion group (n = 47)Pa
Intraoperative data
 Intraoperative blood loss (ml)500 (200–800)500 (200–3500)0.784
 Intraoperative blood transfusion (U)0 (0–2)0 (0–14)0.818
 Duration of surgery (min)62 ± 10.079 ± 44.40.239
 Intrauterine balloon tamponade2 (20%)1 (2.1%)0.076
 Uterine artery embolization1 (10%)8 (17.0%)1.000
 Hysterectomy04 (8.5%)1.000
Postoperative complications
 Femoral artery thrombosis08 (17.0%)1.000
 Anesthesia-related complications01 (2.1%)1.000
 Operation-related complications1 (10%)2 (4.3%)1.000
Postoperative data
 Postoperative hospital stay (day)5.5 ± 1.45.2 ± 2.70.745
 Hemoglobin on postoperative day 1106 ± 12.798 ± 15.10.139
 Admission to ICU1 (10%)6 (12.8%)1.000
Postoperative diagnosis with PA2 (20%)30 (64%)0.016
 Placenta accreta114 
 Placenta increta110 
 Placenta percreta06 
Postoperative clotting variables
 Platelets(109/L)166 (95–333)171 (71–328)0.826
 INR0.92 (0.81–1.12)0.93 (0.79–1.28)0.842
 PT(s)10.8 (10.5–13.5)10.5 (9.2–12.4)0.122
Neonatal data
 Neonate Apgar score
  1 min10 ± 0.08.9 ± 2.00.001
  5 min10 ± 0.09.5 ± 1.00.003
  10 min10 ± 0.09.7 ± 0.70.004
 Weight (g)2751 ± 491.62958 ± 470.20.237
 Admission to NICU08 (17.0%)0.327
  1. Values are n (%), mean ± SD or median (range) or median (range)