lactate clearance


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lactate clearance

The removal of accumulated lactic acid from the blood in patients with severe sepsis or shock. Rapid lactate clearance is associated with an increased likelihood of survival in critically ill patients.
See also: clearance
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Lactate clearance is a useful biomarker for the prediction of allcause mortality in critically ill patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis*.
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1998) The comparative effects of sports massage, active recovery, and rest in promoting blood lactate clearance after supramaximal leg exercise.
Lactate clearance as a predictor of mortality in trauma patients.
They suggested that music allowed participants to relax, reducing muscle tension, and thereby increasing blood flow and lactate clearance while decreasing lactate production in working muscle.
In athletes in particular, B12 is crucial because red blood cells are so important to muscle repair, oxygen delivery, blood lactate clearance, and other mechanisms associated with continued, injury-free physical activity.
Schisandra might cause a lower synthesis of lactate in the muscles and stimulate lactate clearance by the liver through inhibiting transaminase activity and stimulating the cytochrome P-450 system.
Obtain serial lactate levels to monitor for lactate clearance.