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Fig. S1. Schematic description of the MAP time integral (mmHg) during the first 24 h after intensive care unit admission.

Fig. S2. Histograms showing the duration of measurement of hemodynamic variables during the first 24 hours after intensive care unit admission in this study cohort.

Fig. S3. Histograms showing tabulated frequencies of average values of hemodynamic variables in this study cohort during the first 24 hours after intensive care unit admission.

Table S1. Characteristics of patients following OHCA and IHCA.

Table S2. Characteristics of patients following OHCA.

Table S3. Characteristics of patients following IHCA.

Table S4. Clinical data during the first 24 h after intensive care unit admission in OHCA and IHCA patients.

Table S5. Clinical data during the first 24 h after intensive care unit admission in out-of hospital cardiac arrest patients with favorable or adverse outcome at day 28.

Table S6. Clinical data during the first 24 h after intensive care unit admission in in-hospital cardiac arrest patients with favorable or adverse outcome at day 28.

Table S7. Adjusted bivariate logistic regression models to detect associations between single hemodynamic variables and adverse outcome at day 28.

Table S8. Adjusted multivariate logistic regression models to detect associations between hemodynamic variables and adverse outcome at day 28.

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