Outcomes following cardiopulmonary arrest in various care settings were derived from published data, with in-hospital arrest rate from a separate source.5 Each of the four quadrants includes word clouds, where the size of each word is weighted to reflect the incidence of etiology for arrest in that care setting, e.g., the most frequently reported cause for cardiopulmonary arrest in parturients was hemorrhage. Survival reflects survival to hospital discharge. CPB= cardiopulmonary bypass; GA= general anesthesia; MAC= monitored anesthesia care.
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