Epinephrine Induced Lactic Acidosis

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Lactic Acidosis: Background, Etiology, Epidemiology

Author: Kyle J Gunnerson, MD; Chief Editor: Michael R Pinsky, MD, CM, Dr(HC), FCCP, MCCM more... In basic terms, lactic acid is the normal endpoint of the anaerobic breakdown of glucose in the tissues. The lactate exits the cells and is transported to the liver, where it is oxidized back to pyruvate and ultimately converted to glucose via the Cori cycle. In the setting of decreased tissue oxygenation, lactic acid is produced as the anaerobic cycle is utilized for energy production. With a persistent oxygen debt and overwhelming of the body's buffering abilities (whether from chronic dysfunction or excessive production), lactic acidosis ensues. [ 1 , 2 ] (See Etiology.) Lactic acid exists in 2 optical isomeric forms, L-lactate and D-lactate. L-lactate is the most commonly measured level, as it is the only form produced in human metabolism. Its excess represents increased anaerobic metabolism due to tissue hypoperfusion. (See Workup.) D-lactate is a byproduct of bacterial metabolism and may accumulate in patients with short-gut syndrome or in those with a history of gastric bypass or small-bowel resection. [ 3 ] By the turn of the 20th century, many physicians recognized that patien Continue reading >>

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    i don't know what the fukc is wrong with me, like 4 month ago i went on a low carb diet , shortly afterwords panic attacks started , although my caloric intake was 2200cal per day.
    did some research,reading, found out that low carb diet decreases serotonin levels in the brain which in turn cause panic attacks.
    fast forward 2.5 weeks started on a keto diet , things were going fine the 1st week, then the last week and half p.attacks started and increased exponentially , the intervals between them every couple of hours, sometimes even while sleeping.
    and i dont feel better unless i eat something sugary , high glycemic to be specific , anything carby.
    i really don't know why this is happening to me, i live a clean life, i dont drink,smoke,blaze, for gods sake i don't even drink tea or coffee, i dont use any kind of thermogenics,fat burners not even protein.
    anyone have any idea why this is happening , advice is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you

  2. lia67

    keto aint for everybody . some people just can not handle it .try starting with about 100 carbs a day n see how you feel then increase them until the panick attacks stop .

  3. system

    Low carb diets aren't right for everyone. I personally do horribly on them. You CAN still get ripped/peeled/lose fat on high carb diets, but you'll have to compensate and drop calories elsewhere (I drop my fat down low). I go through the same thing, insomnia, feeling of panic, mind racing, lack of desire to train etc.

    So I ask you; why are you following a keto diet if it's making you feel like shit?

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Lactic Acidosis

hyperlactaemia: a level from 2 to 5 mmol/L normal production is 20 mmols/kg/day, enters the circulation and undergoes hepatic and renal metabolism (Cori cycle) all tissues can produce lactate under anaerobic conditions lactic acid has a pK value of about 4 so it is fully dissociated into lactate and H+ at body pH (i.e. it is a strong ion) during heavy exercise, the skeletal muscles contribute most of the much increased circulating lactate during pregnancy, the placenta is an important producer of lactate (can pass to fetus as well) major source in sepsis and ARDS is the lung lactate is metabolised predominantly in the liver (60%) and kidney (30%) the heart can also use lactate for ATP production 50% is converted into glucose (gluconeogenesis) and 50% into CO2 and water (citric acid cycle) this results in no net acid accumulation but requires aerobic metabolism the small amount of lactate that is renally filtered (180mmol/day) is fully reabsorbed (ii) impaired hepatic metabolism of lactate (large capacity to clear) clinically there is often a combination of the above to produce a persistent lactic acidosis anaerobic muscular activity (sprinting, generalised convulsions) tissue hypo Continue reading >>

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    What are the potassium level abnormalities associated with DKA (during diagnosis and treatment.)

  2. ahassan

    During DKA, the total body K is low bcz of osmotic diuresis, BUT the serum k conc. is raised bcz of the lack of insulin action, which allows k to shift out of the cells. So hyperkalemia.
    During treatment, k is shifted into the cells, which may lead to profound hypokalemia n death if not treated, so during therapy you have to adjust KCL conc. depending on blood K levels.

  3. tomymajor

    In DKA--> K level may be high or normal so we dont add k from the start of ttt
    But : In HHNKC---> K level is low from the start so we give k from start of ttt

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Effect Of Severe Acidosis On Vasoactive Effects Of Epinephrine And Norepinephrine In Human Distal Mammary Artery - Sciencedirect

Volume 147, Issue 5 , May 2014, Pages 1698-1705 Acidosis is a very common pathologic process in perioperative management. However, how to correct severe acidosis to improve the efficacy of vasoconstrictors in hemodynamically unstable patients is still debated. The present study investigated whether severe extracellular acidosis influences the vasoactive properties of vasoconstrictors on human isolated arteries. Segments of intact distal internal mammary arteries were removed from 41 patients undergoing artery bypass grafting. The arterial rings were washed in Krebs-Henseleit solution and suspended in an organ bath. The rings were set at a pretension equivalent of 100 mm Hg, and the relaxation response to 10 M acetylcholine was verified. Concentrationresponse curves for epinephrine, norepinephrine, methoxamine (1A/D-adrenoceptor agonist), phenylephrine (equipotent agonist of 1A/B-adrenoceptors), and clonidine (2-adrenoceptor agonist) were achieved under control conditions (pH 7.40) and under acidic conditions by substitution of the Krebs-Henseleit solution with a modified solution. Decreasing the pH from 7.40 to 7.20, 7.0, or 6.80 did not significantly alter the potency and efficac Continue reading >>

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  1. infectedmethod

    I've done keto before. I've read that calorie counting is still equally important when ketoing. Calories in, calories out. Resting metabolic rate etc. If you do keto and eat 4000 calories a day, you're not going to lose a thing.
    I'm 6 weeks in. During the last 3 weeks (during stall, and still stalled), I cut my calories from 1800 to 1000-1200. I did this to jump start my keto progress and weight loss again. And so far, nothing :(. Don't worry guys, this is only temporary and I'm utilizing 300 calories from MCT oil for extra fuel. I'm feeling alright. I did this because after seeing an amazing transformation (15 lbs in basically 3 weeks) -- and then when I hit week 3, I saw absolutely no movement. Yes I know, kind of extreme but I'm trying to get past this stall. Once I'm past the stall I'll up calories again. I've read reports and other commentators about hitting the plateau on week 3. People have suggested in order to get past the stall like further decreasing net carbs (not my problem), calories, etc. I opted for calories.
    I'm getting around 100g protein day. (400-500 calories) 3 servings of MCT oil/day. (300 calories) Bacon, pork grinds, almonds, Broccoli with homemade buttermilk ranch (mmmm). (300-400 calories) My net carbs is around 10g/day.
    I'm definately in heavy keto. I'm on the heavy purple side of things, every day. When I've done keto in the past, some days I would be light purple, or negative. This time around, every single day I've been heavy. After a health scare, I've become ultra serious about losing these added pounds. I'm dark purple day in and day out. I have not cheated at all.
    Bottom line : I'm in keto. I have plenty of protein. Fat content fluctuates day to day but I know my macros are still good, despite the heavy calorie cutting (which is temporary).
    I'm just wondering, given that the stall is common - how much longer will this last? When the stall is over, will I see another quick drop - or will the drop be a slow crawl? I've never been on keto before to lose this much weight. Before, it was going from 215 to 200 - which took all but a month to accomplish.
    Being that I'm 35% body fat, do I have excess saturated body fat that needs to be burned off first? Once thats burned, will my progress continue?
    Thanks in advance guys!

  2. topherkeey

    You're describing a very common "stall" that others have noticed. This post by /u/gogge describes exactly what you're experiencing.
    Fat loss and weight loss are two separate things, you'll have swings in weight loss but your fat loss is constant as long as you keep a caloric deficit. After you lose the initial water weight you'll slowly regain it as your body adapts to keto, this means that you can have rapid weight loss during the first three weeks and then a really slow loss (or plateau) for several weeks, sometimes months, when you gain back those 5-10 lbs of water. During all this time you're still losing fat if you're keeping a caloric deficit, the fluctuations is body weight (water, food in the digestive system) are just masking the fat loss.
    Say you're at a caloric deficit of 500 kcal, the first three weeks you'll lose 21 * 500 = 10,500 kcal, which is 10,500 / 3,500 = 3 pound of actual fat. On top of this you'll lose the 5-10 lbs of water, so you might see it as this:
    Week 1: 5 lbs (-4 water, -1 fat)
    Week 2: 3 lbs (-2 water, -1 fat)
    Week 3: 2 lbs (-1 water, -1 fat)
    Week 4: 1 lbs ( 0 water, -1 fat)
    Week 5: 0 lbs (+1 water, -1 fat)
    Week 6: 0 lbs (+1 water, -1 fat)
    Week 7: 0 lbs (+1 water, -1 fat)
    Week 8: 0 lbs (+1 water, -1 fat)
    Week 9: 0 lbs (+1 water, -1 fat)
    Week 10: 0 lbs (+1 water, -1 fat)
    Week 11: 1 lbs ( 0 water, -1 fat)
    So you lose "weight" the first weeks as you lose both water and fat, and then at the fifth week you stall as you start gaining back the 6 lbs if water. If you gain back 1 lb of water weight per week you'll have six weeks of stalling before you start losing 1 lb per week again, and by that point you've actually lost those 10 lbs in real fat (four weeks of weight loss, six weeks of stalling, but actually losing 1 lbs of fat per week). You might gain back more water, or less water, or more rapidly, or less rapidly, you might seem to gain weight or only lose after plateaus.
    At the end of the day, just make sure you're eating at a deficit (look at the keto calculator if you haven't.
    The most important thing to remember is that weight is not the only indicator of health.
    As long as you're eating at a caloric deficit (and meeting your daily protein goals), you'll be losing fat. If you don't see the scale moving, focus on the other health benefits:
    If you haven't already, take a "before" picture to compare. You'll see progress.
    Take "before" measurements. You'll measure the inches before you see them.
    Find the "fat jeans" that you used to rely on and find out that they're too loose to wear now.
    Try a set of exercises that used to make you winded in 5 minutes. You'll probably last to 10 minutes in a bit.
    All of these "health measurements" will show even during a weight stall (as long as you're eating at a deficit).
    Hope this helps!

  3. infectedmethod

    This is absolutely excellent. This makes perfect sense. After a large sodium serving of 12 strips of bacon 3 days ago, I took a HBP pill (25mg hydroclorothiazide). Next morning I woke up at 244 from 250. Throughout the day I gained back 4 lbs of water weight.

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