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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Lactic acidosis not hyperlactatemia as a predictor of in hospital mortality in septic emergency patients.
1]) Tissue perfusion parameters Hyperlactatemia (>3 mmol [L.
High lactate levels have been recognized as a marker of circulatory insufficiency, due to any reason, and the severity of hyperlactatemia (HL) has been associated with increased morbidity and mortality in different clinical conditions.
A high incidence of lactic acidosis and symptomatic hyperlactatemia in women receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy in Soweto, South Africa.
Additionally, SI was the most sensitive screening test for hyperlactatemia and 28-day mortality.
1] is the upper physiological limit of the L-lactate concentration in the equine plasma (TENNENT-BROWN, 2014), it can be stated that the TS infusion did not actually cause hyperlactatemia in the studied horses.
In sepsis, there is increased lactate production and reduced clearance, causing hyperlactatemia due to: (13)
Severe sepsis" involves acute organ dysfunctions, while the term "septic shock" involves either hypotension that is refractory to fluid resuscitation or by hyperlactatemia.
Chronic hyperlactatemia in HIV-infected patients taking antiretroviral therapy.
6) Capillary refill time greater than 5 s is a predictor of greater multi-organ dysfunction (MOD) and hyperlactatemia.
The LM is comprised of an intense effort to hyperlactatemia induction, followed by a brief recovery period (i.
Combination antiretroviral therapy has also been associated with metabolic abnormalities such as hypertriglyceridemia, hyper cholesterolemia, insulin resistance, hyperglycemia and hyperlactatemia.