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Microcirculatory and Mitochondrial Distress Syndrome (MMDS): A New Look at Sepsis

  • P. E. Spronk
  • V. S. Kanoore-Edul
  • C. Ince
Part of the Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine book series (volume 42)

Keywords

Septic Shock Mean Arterial Pressure Septic Shock Patient Ethyl Pyruvate Microcirculatory Dysfunction 
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  • P. E. Spronk
  • V. S. Kanoore-Edul
  • C. Ince

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