About REBOA

Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta

A minimally invasive technique using a balloon catheter to temporarily occlude large vessels in support of hemorrhage control.

Hemorrhage leads to cardiovascular collapse and death unless blood flow to the heart muscle and brain is maintained. For patients with truncal hemorrhage, resuscitative aortic occlusion helps maintain blood flow to these critical organs until the hemorrhage can be definitively controlled via surgery.

Until REBOA, resuscitative aortic occlusion required an invasive surgical procedure which resulted in high mortality and significant resource usage.

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ER-REBOA Catheter

A large vessel balloon occlusion catheter with integrated arterial pressure monitoring – designed by trauma and vascular surgeons for use during REBOA.

Rapid, Controlled Balloon Occlusion
to Support Hemorrhage Control

Designed for Easy and Safe Temporary Occlusion

Optimized for the Emergency and Critical Care Environment

REBOA

External depth markers

aid advancement

Soft, atraumatic P-tip®

Built-in arterial line

facilitates blood pressure monitoring and confirmation of occlusion

Compliant balloon

for controlled large vessel occlusion

7 Fr sheath compatibilty

reduces the need for surgical repair at the access site

Integrated, guidewire-free system

allows for fewer steps

1

External depth markers

aid advancement

2

Soft, atraumatic P-tip®

3

Built-in arterial line

facilitates blood pressure monitoring and confirmation of occlusion

4

Compliant balloon

for controlled large vessel occlusion

5

7 Fr sheath compatibilty

reduces the need for surgical repair at the access site

6

Integrated, guidewire-free system

allows for fewer steps

How it Works

  1. Gain Access
  2. Advance Catheter
  3. Inflate Balloon

For more information on the ER-REBOA Catheter and associated procedure, please see the