The importance of blood lactate clearance
as a predictor of early mortality following the modified Norwood procedure.
: prognostic marker of mortality in trauma patients Systematic Review.
rate (LCR) was calculated using a formula: LCR = (initial Lac value-Lac value at different time points after treatment)/initial Lac valuex100 %.10 The incidences of complications such as disseminated intravascular coagulation, respiratory distress syndrome and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome and death rate were recorded.
The lactate clearance
rate reflects whether tissue hypoperfusion has been improved or if the anaerobic metabolism of tissue cells has been corrected.
The results of this study suggest an important role in enhancing lactate removal and preventing fatigue of performing active recovery that includes synchronously light exercise of both great muscle mass -like that of the lower limbs- to increase blood flow facilitating lactate clearance
by hitherto-active muscles and organs such as the liver, and exercise of the muscles that have produced the main quantity of lactate during the previous exercise, enhancing lactate metabolism by adjacent oxidative fibers.
(4) Lactate levels [greater than] 4 mmol/L (normal [less than] 2 mmol/L) have been associated with poor patient outcome.[degrees] Lactate clearance
levels have been shown to reflect a poor outcome if greater than 48 hours (less than 24 hours is the target).
liver dysfunction can reduce CRP production and lactate clearance
This has created the need for using other predictors such as lactate clearance
(LC), defined as a drop in lactate levels compared with baseline values; base deficit (BD), (2) defined as the amount of base required to bring the pH in 1L of blood to 7.4, as a buffer mechanism to maintain pH within normal limits; and shock index (SI), defined as the quotient between heart rate over systolic blood pressure, (3) allowing to increase sensitivity in the identification of hypoperfusion states.
8.4 mmol/L) levels were significantly lower, and lactate clearance
was significantly higher (23.8% vs.-12.0%) in survivors.
as a useful biomarker for the prediction of all-cause mortality in critically ill patients: A systematic review study protocol.
To match energy demand for a soccer match, blood lactate concentration, blood lactate clearance
, and heart rate were measured.
In short HIIE, [t.sub.peak] was 20 s, [P.sub.peak] corresponded to [P.sub.max] determined in IET, [P.sub.rec] was set just below [P.sub.LTP1] (since [P.sub.LTP1] was suggested to be the point of the optimal lactate clearance
rate), and [t.sub.rec] (26.7 [+ or -] 13.4 s) was calculated via equation 1.