Pulmonary lactate release in patients with acute lung injury is not attributable to lung tissue hypoxia.

@article{Routsi1999PulmonaryLR,
  title={Pulmonary lactate release in patients with acute lung injury is not attributable to lung tissue hypoxia.},
  author={Christina Routsi and H Bardouniotou and V Delivoria-Ioannidou and Danai Kazi and Charalambos Roussos and Spyros G. Zakynthinos},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={27 11},
  pages={2469-73}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether pulmonary lactate production in patients with acute lung injury is attributable to lung tissue hypoxia. DESIGN Prospective, controlled, clinical study. SETTING A multidisciplinary university intensive care unit in a general hospital. PATIENTS Seventy consecutive critically ill patients requiring mechanical ventilation and invasive hemodynamic monitoring. Of these patients, 18 had no acute lung injury (no ALI); 33 had acute lung injury (ALI) (Lung Injury… CONTINUE READING
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