Monitoring of Conjunctival Microcirculation Reflects Sublingual Microcirculation in Ovine Septic and Hemorrhagic Shock.

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Summary of "Monitoring of Conjunctival Microcirculation Reflects Sublingual Microcirculation in Ovine Septic and Hemorrhagic Shock."

The conjunctival region may serve as an alternative site for microcirculatory measurements. The present study was performed to investigate the correlation of sublingual and conjunctival microcirculation in ovine models of septic and hemorrhagic shock.


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Name: Shock (Augusta, Ga.)
ISSN: 1540-0514


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