hyperlactatemia

hyperlactatemia

, hyperlactemia (hī″pĕr-lak″tă-tē′mē-ă) [ hyper- + lactate + -emia]
Increased levels of lactate in the blood, without evidence of lactic acidosis or shock.

hyperlactatemia

increased levels of lactic acid in the blood.
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The first phase was an anaerobic exercise to create a hyperlactatemia state whereas the second phase was an incremental test performed on the table using the robot.
Relative hyperlactatemia and hospital mortality in critically ill patients: a retrospective multi-centre study.
35, or acidosis, serum bicarbonate <15 mmol/L Hyperlactatemia, arterial lactate >5 mmol/L Acute renal failure, urine output of <400 mL/24 h and serum creatinine >265 [micro]mol/L Parasitemia [greater than or equal to]4% Table 3.
Several mechanisms may lead to hyperlactatemia, apoptosis, and organ failure in sepsis, although the main mechanism in early sepsis is hypoperfusion and tissue hypoxia.
2) Hyperlactatemia has been seen most frequently in association with the combination of stavudine and didanosine.
In addition, the researchers found that pulse oximeter failure occurred often in patients with preoperative diuretic therapy or intraoperative hyperlactatemia with the competitive pulse oximeter, but not with the Masimo SET pulse oximeter.
The early signs and symptoms of clinical events associated with hyperlactatemia should receive careful attention because of the life-threatening potential of the most extreme manifestation, lactic acidosis syndrome (LAS).
Cases of lactic acidosis syndrome, sometimes fatal, and symptomatic hyperlactatemia have occurred in pregnant women using REYATAZ in combination with nucleoside analogues.
The presence of metformin-associated hyperlactatemia in critical care patients has been associated with a mortality >30% (10).
Validation of the Accutrend lactate meter for hyperlactatemia screening during antiretroviral therapy in a resource-poor setting.
Mild hyperlactatemia in stable septic patients is due to impaired lactate clearance rather than overproduction.