HEMOCOVID-19 study: An international clinical study to evaluate microvascular and endothelial impairments in severe COVID-19 patients using near-infrared spectroscopy

L. Cortese, L. Bacchin de Oliveira, M. Barcelona, L. E.Bernardes Delazari, B. A.M.P. Besen, D. R. Busch, A. Caballer, V. Carbajal Robles, P. Castro, A. L.Cavallaro Barauna Lima, S. Cheruku, L. Chiscano, C. Choi, R. Coelho Mesquita, S. Dave, L. dos Santos Roceto Ratti, A. L. Eiras Falcão, C. Espinal, S. Fernández, R. FerrerF. Font, M. Garcia de Acilu, G. Gruartmoner, U. Karadeniz, P. Lahsaei, G. Lívio Emídio, J. Marin Corral, A. Matas, R. Menezes Forti, A. Mera, F. J.Monte de Oca Hernández, T. Myers, S. Nogales, D. Olson, M. Pagliazzi, M. Parada Guzmán, A. Pérez Pacheco, P. Pérez Terán, L. Picazo, D. Pineda Vázquez, A. F. Quiroga Soto, R. M. Quispe Siccha, D. Romero, E. Santillán Aguayo, I. Serra, R. Serrano Loyola, A. Téllez, L. Utino Taniguchi, C. Vilà, M. Zanoletti, J. Mesquida, T. Durduran

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