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Fig. 2 | Critical Care

Fig. 2

From: Definitions and pathophysiology of vasoplegic shock

Fig. 2

The main clinical causes of vasoplegia (top) and how they are perceived to relate to underlying aetiologies (bottom)—i.e. sepsis is predominantly a response to PAMPS (pathogen-associated molecular patterns) compared to burns or polytrauma where DAMPS (damage-associated molecular patterns) are the major cause

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