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Ngle Arterial Blood Sample. Two Groups Were Compared: Patients With SIG
Ngle Arterial Blood Sample. Two Groups Were Compared: Patients With SIG
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Ngle arterial blood sample. Two groups were compared: patients with SIG 5 mEq/l. `Unmeasured' anions were examined quantitatively by ion-exchange column chromatography, reverse-phase HPLC and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry measuring, respectively, 25 amino acids, uric acid and organic acids. Some organic acids were determined semi-quantitatively. The Mann hitney U test was applied for significance (considered P < 0.05) in all cases. For nominal data, the chi-square test was used.SAvailable online http://ccforum.com/supplements/10/STable 1 (abstract P200) T1 Chloride (mmol/l) pH paCO2 (mmHg) Base excess (mmol/l) Bicarbonate (mmol/l) Anion gap (mmol/l) 103 ?3.5 T2 T3 T113 ?5.1 111.8 ?3.6 108.5 ?4.1 37.3 ?5.9 20.6 ?3.7 12.7 ?2.5 37.5 ?4.6 23.8 ?2.9 10.6 ?2.7.4 ?0.04 7.34 ?0.06 7.35 ?0.06 7.4 ?0.03 37.2 ?5.01 34.8 ?4.5 ?.4 ?1.2 22.7 ?2.0 11.4 ?3.1 19.2 ?1.8 8.4 ?2.1 ?.9 ?2.1 ?.33 ?2.3 PubMed ID:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6800653 ?.9 ?3.[r = 0.774, P < 0.001]; arterial BE (BEa) = 1/14 + 0/95 ?earlobe BE (BEe) [r = 0.894, P < 0.001], and arterial HCO3?(HCO3 ) = 1/41 + earlobe HCO3?(HCO3 ) [r = 0.874, P < 0.001]. The predicted ABG values from the mean percentage-difference equations were derived as PR-39 follows: pHa = pHe ?1.001; PaCO2 = PeCO2 ?1.04; BEa = BEe ?0.57; and HCO3 = HCO3 ?1.06. Conclusions Earlobe PubMed ID:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2805811 blood gas can accurately predict the ABG values of pH, PCO2, BE, and HCO3?for patients receiving mechanical ventilation.Table 2 (abstract P200) Intraoperative (ml) Crystalloids Colloids Bicarbonate Tromethamol 2680 ?853 500 ?254 40 ?15 0 Postoperative (ml) 1687 ?696 805 ?420 35 ?25 613 ?P202 Does the arterial entral venous lactate gradient correlate with the P/F ratio in mechanical ventilated critically ill patients?R Cordioli, E Moura, D Lima, I Schmidtbauer, D Forte, F Giannini, F Rocha, J Coelho, M Park Hospital das Clinicas, Sao Paulo, Brazil Critical Care 2006, 10(Suppl 1):P202 (doi: 10.1186/cc4549) Introduction There is evidence about pulmonary production and release of lactate during acute lung injury. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether the arterial entral venous lactate gradient (AVLG) is correlated with the P/F ratio in general ICU patients. Methods Twenty-four patients requiring mechanical ventilation for at least 72 hours were enrolled. During the first 72 hours, we prospectively collected and recorded central venous and arterial blood samples to analyse blood gases and serum lactate every 24 hours. Ventilator settings as well as general patient characteristics were also recorded. Data are shown as the median and interquartiles. The Spearman correlation test was used and P < 0.05 was considered significant. Results Eleven females and 13 males were evaluated. Median age was 49 (42, 65) years old and the APACHE II score was 23 (19, 33). One-half of patients were admitted with septic shock diagnosis. Four patients had the diagnosis of acute lung injury or acute respiratory distress syndrome at enrollment. The median PEEP was 10 (8, 12) cmH2O, FiO2 was 0.4 (0.3, 0.5) and the P/F ratio was 229 (159, 315). The AVLG was evaluated as the variation [(arterial ?venous lactate) / arterial lactate] and its median was 0.00 (?.20, 0.08). In overall group analysis (n = 70), the P/F ratio and AVLG correlation was ?.05 (P = 0.670). In the P/F 200 subgroup analysis (n = 25), the P/F ratio and AVLG correlation was 0.08 (P = 0.709). Conclusions Even though the lungs may produce and release lactate in some patients as sepsis and acute respiratory.

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