Low Microcirculatory Perfused Vessel Density and High Heterogeneity are Associated With Increased Intensity and Duration of Lactic Acidosis After Cardiac Surgery with Cardiopulmonary Bypass

John C. Greenwood*, David H. Jang, Audrey E. Spelde, Jacob T. Gutsche, Jiri Horak, Michael A. Acker, Todd J. Kilbaugh, Frances S. Shofer, John G.T. Augoustides, Jan Bakker, Benjamin S. Abella

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