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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.
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(Ribeiro et al., 2009) showed that active recovery after maximal exercise, that induce hyperlactemia, underestimates the LMI.
In several studies in hemorrhagic shock we showed that while correction of systemic hemodynamic variables were accomplished by fluid administration no such parallel improvement in renal microcirculatory oxygenation was found and hyperlactemia and low creatinine clearance persistence (16).
falciparum malaria cases treated with quinine (10% death rate), the major factors associated with death were low Glasgow Coma Scale score, respiratory failure, severe renal impairment, hyperlactemia, or hypoglycemia (23) during the first 24 hours after admission.
2005; Ayers and Warrington 2008) added that in cases of anemia and hypovolemic shock blood perfusion is decreased and tissue hypoxia where follow therefore anaerobic metabolism become a consequence of decreased perfusion so lactic acid accumulates and Hyperlactemia will result Furthermore (Radostitis et al.
(34) Tissue hypoxia further causes hyperlactemia with an increased lactate pyruvate ratio and acidosis which are the strongest reproducible prognostic indicators in falciparum malaria, both in children and adults.
The fact that glycogen storage disease 1 affects lipid and purin metabolism in addition to carbonhydrate metabolism is reflected with hyperlipidemia, hyperuricemia, hyperlactemia and increased liver enzymes in the laboratory tests.
During this study, an increase in lactate concentrations was also observed, which caused hyperlactemia in both groups.
Significantly, the patients with hyperlactemia had the most severe depletions of mtDNA.
Most adverse health effects are related to its stimulation of [[beta].sub.2] adrenergic receptors and clinical manifestations, including hypokalemia, hyperglycemia, hyperlactemia, agitation, tachycardia, and hypotension (6).
Doctors are careful to distinguish lactic acidosis, an extreme condition, from elevated lactate levels (hyperlactemia), which is a common finding in people taking antiretroviral drugs.
The label now includes the symptoms of the newly described symptomatic hyperlactemia syndrome, and the recommendation for prompt suspension of all antiretroviral therapy in suspected cases of lactic acidosis with or without neuromuscular weakness.
Hyperlactemia and metabolic acidosis during hemofiltration using lactate-buffered fluids.