60-year-old White male hx of cancer s/p chemotherapy becomes pancytopenic with consequent e. coli bacteremia and distributive shock. intubated for airway protection after episode of tachypnea. unresponsive to fluids, blood pressure responds to dopamine, later switched to neo and levo. subsequent labs reveal trop of 6 and ckmb of 50. is MI an uncommon complication of distributive shock? did the pressors contribute or cause the M.I.?