Hypotension as an adaptation in sepsis

From David Anderson in JEMS patient care:

“Recent research in sepsis has also hinted at a phenomenon thus far not even considered—that hypotension is an adaptive response, honed over millions of years of evolution, which may mean that we are actually making patients worse when we thought we were helping them.”

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