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Posted by Carla Rothaus December 11th, 2014 When lactic acidosis accompanies low-flow states or sepsis, mortality rates increase sharply. A new review summarizes our current understanding of the pathophysiological aspects of lactic acidosis, as well as the approaches to its diagnosis andmanagement. Lactic acidosis results from the accumulation of lactate and protons in the body fluids and is often associated with poor clinical outcomes. The effect of lactic acidosis is governed by its severity and the clinical context. Mortality is increased by a factor of nearly three when lactic acidosis accompanies low-flow states or sepsis, and the higher the lactate level, the worse theoutcome. Hyperlactatemia occurs when lactate production exceeds lactate consumption. In tissue hypoxia, whether global or localized, lactate is overproduced and underutilized as a result of impaired mitochondrial oxidation. Even if systemic oxygen delivery is not low enough to cause generalized hypoxia, microcirculatory dysfunction can cause regional tissue hypoxia and hyperlactatemia. Hyperlactatemia can also result from aerobic glycolysis, a term denoting stimulated glycolysis that depends on factors other th Continue reading >>

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  1. 2blessed4stress

    metformin and lactic acidosis

    I am hoping that I can get some guidance from the members here. There are many of you that have a wealth of information on diabetes and things related so please bear with me. I went to the doctor yesterday and finally asked her for metformin er and was all set to try it out. Then I read the paper that came with it from the pharmacy. The warning about lactic acidosis stopped me in my tracks. Now I am afraid to take it. I searched the posts her a DD about lactic acidosis and I also found that some members said it caused them to be really fatigued. Another member posted that she had trouble with exercise because it caused leg cramps. I feel so overwhelmed now. I really wanted to try it out I believe it could help me but I don't want to put my life at risk to try it. I looked up lactic acidosis and I was reading about the bloods ph and acid in your blood. I have a problem with uric acid in my blood but I believe that is not related to lactic acidosis. I have had a problem with kidney infections and a lot of crystals in my urine and kidney stones the past year, but I believe my kidney function is ok. Does metformin cause lactic acidosis very often? Are the symptoms of lactic acidosis easy enough to pick up on so it can be caught early. I am sorry I am such a worry wart. Thank you in advance for any guidance/reassurance from you.

  2. furball64801

    All I can tell you is that millions upon millions take met with 0 issues. You are reading the absolute worst side affects. Have you see tv commericails on meds that is any meds. They say could cause heart attack, fatigue, even death no kidding. I been on met and so has my diabetic family and 0 issues other than a tad of diahrea. To me its extemely rare many here are on met me a very very long time on it. What am I saying to me its about the best D med out there other than exercise its free. It is just my opion for what its worth, I know others might have other ideas and of course its is there opinion also. Some take b-12 if they get fatigued on met, I do not get that way, all I can say is to me its as safe as can be.

  3. coravh

    Every drug has potential side effects. Some more common than others. I'm not sure of the exact specifics, but I believe that for a side effect to be listed, it needs to happen in 1% of the people that take it.
    My husband has been on met with no side effects other than a little bit of tummy trouble. I have a dozen local diabetic friends (through volunteer work) that are also on it, and have no side effects. I do have one friend who reacts to everything and has no issues with it. I think i've only seen people with this issue a couple of times after about 15 years online haunting a variety of message boards.
    Take for example my warfarin. It can cause bleeding. Even a baby aspirin can cause this. And it does happen to some people. But the vast majority of folks don't have issues.
    Do you have some history of lactic acidosis? Or is this simply general anxiety over something new?
    All meds are a cost benefit analysis. Do you want to try the drug to alleviate a serious issue ( like high blood sugar) or do you decide to refuse it on the basis of a rare side effect and maybe get into trouble due to glucose issues? Why not try it? Discuss with your phamacist what to look for if you are worried. But basically it is a safe, effective drug.
    Cora

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In this video we discuss the progression of a systemic infection including systemic inflammatory response syndrome, sepsis, severe sepsis, septic shock and multi organ dysfunction syndrome.

Lactate Clearance And Vasopressor Seem To Be Predictors For Mortality In Severe Sepsis Patients With Lactic Acidosis Supplementing Sodium Bicarbonate: A Retrospective Analysis

Lactate Clearance and Vasopressor Seem to Be Predictors for Mortality in Severe Sepsis Patients with Lactic Acidosis Supplementing Sodium Bicarbonate: A Retrospective Analysis Contributed equally to this work with: Su Mi Lee, Seong Eun Kim Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea Contributed equally to this work with: Su Mi Lee, Seong Eun Kim Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea Affiliation: Department of Internal Medicine, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea Affiliations: Department of Internal Medicine, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea, Institute of Medical Science, Dong-A University College of Medicine, Busan, Korea Initial lactate level, lactate clearance, C-reactive protein, and procalcitonin in critically ill patients with sepsis are associated with hospital mortality. However, no study has yet discovered which factor is most important for mortality in severe sepsis patients with lactic acidosis. We sought to clarify this issue in patients with lacti Continue reading >>

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  1. xSinead

    Silly question since i've been on cambridge almost 6 weeks now.. but i've been doing SS+ for about 10 days, and the past 4 days i've done SS, ive got the metal taste in my mouth and no longer feeling hungry.. so i think i'm probably in ketosis now?
    I get weighed at 5pm tonight, lord help me pleaaaaaaaase.

  2. Charlie Woo Woo

    xSinead said:
    Silly question since i've been on cambridge almost 6 weeks now.. but i've been doing SS+ for about 10 days, and the past 4 days i've done SS, ive got the metal taste in my mouth and no longer feeling hungry.. so i think i'm probably in ketosis now?
    I get weighed at 5pm tonight, lord help me pleaaaaaaaase. Im not too sure but it sounds like you are in ketosis. Does ss+ knock people out of ketosis or is it a milder ketosis?
    Sorry pretty new to this so am unsure
    Good luck for 5pm x

  3. AnnieAnnie

    You stay in ketosis at ss+ & 810 generally too. Although I find as soon as I eat I lose the taste of metal (but stay in ketosis). Hope this makes sense.

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Illustration of the different types of pressors used in ICU, effects and advantages.

Chapter 23: Use Of Vasopressors

1) Which of the following conditions can result in a lowering of blood pressure in critically ill patients? B.Decreased pulmonary capillary wedge pressure 2) The central venous pressure (CVP) catheter is a device that is used to effectively perform what function in critically ill patients? B.Administer drugs directly into the central circulation 3) Which of the following statements about central venous oxygen saturation is correct? A.It indirectly measures oxygen extraction by tissues. B.It may be low in inadequately volume-resuscitated patients with septic shock. C.It measures adequacy of volume resuscitation more accurately than does blood pressure measurement. D.It should be targeted to a value in excess of 70%. 4) Which of the following parameters is a measurement of regional perfusion? A.Arterial blood lactate concentration 5) Stimulation of the beta adrenergic receptor by agonists results in a physiologic response mediated by which of the following? 7) Which of the following outcomes is a goal that should be achieved within THREE hours of presentation in a patient with septic shock? 8) Which of the following explains the development of lactic acidosis by a catecholamine? A.E Continue reading >>

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  1. Bobhes

    What is the best time of the day to check blood ketone levels? I've heard that upon rising is a bad time because the body produces glucose overnight while you sleep. I've heard others say mid afternoon and still others at night at the end of the day.

    Please unconfuse this confused keto novice. Thanks in advance!

  2. Shortstuff

    I've been testing three times a day, just out of curiosity.
    Can't keep doing it as the test strips are so expensive, but interesting to gauge things properly.

  3. MaryAnn

    Bobhes:


    I've heard that upon rising is a bad time because the body produces glucose overnight while you sleep.
    I've heard this too. But I'm doing an N=1 experiment and my blood ketone readings are higher in the AM (generally).

    Not fasting *approx 5 hrs after eating Ketones: 3.9

    Not fasting (mid afternoon) Ketones: 1.4

    Not Fasting (approx 5 hrs after eating) Ketones 2.0

    Not Fasting (approx 3.5 hrs after eating) Ketones 1.6

    Fasting Ketones 3.3

    Fasting Ketones 2.9

    Fasting but a few hours (3) after ACV Ketones 2.8

    Fasting Ketones 3.6

    Not Fasting 2.2

    Not fasting means in the afternoon and at least after 1 meal. My first reading was the highest and it was in the afternoon. These are all separate day measurements. I haven't done the test in the AM and the PM (only because of cost). Will try that next.

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