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Objective capillary refill to rapidly detect haemorrhage at the bedside

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  • Handling editor Ed Benjamin Graham Barnard

  • Contributors DS is responsible for the overall content of this manuscript. He conceptualised the study, assisted with methodology, wrote the original draft and finalised editing/review. RS participated in data curation, formal analysis and was active in writing-editing and review. DW and PF participated in data curation and was active in writing-editing and review. JK conceptualised the study, assisted with methodology and was active in data analysis and writing-editing and review.

  • Funding This study was funded by ProMedix Inc: no award or grant number.

  • Competing interests DS has a financial interest in ProMedix Inc. DS is an employee of Oregon Health and Science University and this financial relationship is reviewed by two committees at Oregon Health and Science University and managed under a conflict of interest plan.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.