Microcirculatory perfusion disturbances in septic shock: Results from the ProCESS trial

Michael J. Massey, Peter C. Hou, Michael Filbin, Henry Wang, Long Ngo, David T. Huang, William C. Aird, Victor Novack, Stephen Trzeciak, Donald M. Yealy, John A. Kellum, Derek C. Angus, Nathan I. Shapiro, Amber E. Barnato, Tammy L. Eaton, Elizabeth Gimbel, Christopher Keener, Kyle Landis, Francis Pike, Diana K. StapletonLisa A. Weissfeld, Michael Willochell, Kourtney A. Wofford, Erik Kulstad, Hannah Watts, Arvind Venkat, Anthony Massaro, Siddharth Parmar, Alexander T. Limkakeng, Kori Brewer, Theodore R. Delbridge, Allison Mainhart, Lakhmir S. Chawla, James R. Miner, Todd L. Allen, Colin K. Grissom, Stuart Swadron, Steven A. Conrad, Richard Carlson, Frank Lovecchio, Ednan K. Bajwa, Michael R. Filbin, Blair A. Parry, Timothy J. Ellender, Andrew E. Sama, Jonathan Fine, Soheil Nafeei, Thomas Terndrup, Margaret Wojnar, Ronald G. Pearl, Scott T. Wilber, Richard Sinert, David J. Orban, Jason W. Wilson, Jacob W. Ufberg, Timothy Albertson, Edward A. Panacek, Sohan Parekh, Scott R. Gunn, Jon S. Rittenberger, Richard J. Wadas, Andrew R. Edwards, Matthew Kelly, Henry E. Wang, Talmage M. Holmes, Michael T. McCurdy, Craig Weinert, Estelle S. Harris, Wesley H. Self, Diane Dubinski, Carolyn A. Phillips, Ronald M. Migues

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