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2. Permissive hypotension does not reduce regional organ perfusion compared to normotensive resuscitation: animal study with fluorescent microspheres. Bruno M Schmidt et al. World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2012, 7 (Suppl 1):S9.

3. Microvascular Changes Explain the “Two-Hit” Theory of Multiple Organ Failure. R. Neal Garrison, MD et al. ANNALS OF SURGERY Vol. 227, No. 6, 851-860

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8. From Macrohemodynamic to the Microcirculation. Abele Donati et al. Critical Care Research and Practice Volume 2013, Article ID 892710.

Sublingual microcirculation