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Should we treat mild hypotension in septic patients in the absence of peripheral tissue hypoperfusion?

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Study concept and design, all authors. Acquisition of data, JRL, GD, NB, DZ, and HAO. Drafting of the manuscript, HAO, EM, and BG. Critical revision of manuscript, all authors. Statistical analysis, JRL and HAO.

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Lavillegrand, J., Dumas, G., Bigé, N. et al. Should we treat mild hypotension in septic patients in the absence of peripheral tissue hypoperfusion?. Intensive Care Med 44, 1593–1594 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-018-5315-5

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