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Lactic acid

  • Venous blood

  • 1-2 mEq/ L

  • To support the diagnosis of cellular hypoxia: Lactic acid is the by-product of anaerobic metabolism.  Rising lactate level indicate a need to examine O2 transport and consumption parameters.  High lactate levels (> 4 mmol/L) indicate higher mortality rates

  • Hypothermia

  • Noncompliance with dietary and activity restrictions
  • Medications (acetaminophen, ethanol, epinephrine, fructose, sorbitol)

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