Relationship of systemic, hepatosplanchnic, and microcirculatory perfusion parameters with 6-hour lactate clearance in hyperdynamic septic shock patients: an acute, clinical-physiological, pilot study

@inproceedings{Hernandez2012RelationshipOS,
  title={Relationship of systemic, hepatosplanchnic, and microcirculatory perfusion parameters with 6-hour lactate clearance in hyperdynamic septic shock patients: an acute, clinical-physiological, pilot study},
  author={Glenn Hernandez and Tom{\'a}s Regueira and Alejandro Bruhn and Ricardo Henrique Acre Castro and Maximiliano Rovegno and Andrea Fuentealba and Enrique Veas and Dolores Berrutti and Jorge Florez and Eduardo Kattan and Celeste Martin and Can Ince},
  booktitle={Annals of intensive care},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Recent clinical studies have confirmed the strong prognostic value of persistent hyperlactatemia and delayed lactate clearance in septic shock. Several potential hypoxic and nonhypoxic mechanisms have been associated with persistent hyperlactatemia, but the relative contribution of these factors has not been specifically addressed in comprehensive clinical physiological studies. Our goal was to determine potential hemodynamic and perfusion-related parameters associated with 6-hour… CONTINUE READING
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