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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Prognostic significance of blood lactate and lactate clearance in trauma patients.
The hemodynamics and microcirculation perfusion targets between the different lactate clearance groups at Intensive Care Unit admission
Additionally, we found the VLF to have predictive ability above that of lactate clearance.
Lactate clearance is a useful biomarker for the prediction of allcause mortality in critically ill patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis*.
High lactate levels and impaired lactate clearance are frequently associated with poor outcome after CA [16, 39].
Knoblich et al., "Early lactate clearance is associated with improved outcome in severe sepsis and septic shock," Critical Care Medicine, vol.
Resuscitation with hydroxyethyl starch improves renal function and lactate clearance in penetrating trauma in a randomized controlled study: The FIRST Trial (Fluids in Resuscitation of Severe Trauma).
Mild hyperlactatemia in stable septic patients is due to impaired lactate clearance rather than overproduction.
The improvement in aerobic capacity observed in the EG may be related to mechanisms that control lactate metabolism during exercise, such as adaptations in skeletal muscle due to training, which determine increased lactate clearance during exercise and, consequently, a decrease in blood lactate concentration for the same effort intensity, thus improving performance (28).
Randomized clinical trial of lactate clearance versus central venous oxygen saturation for the optimal endpoint of early sepsis resuscitation (NCT00372502).
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.