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31 Possible Causes for Hyperventilation, Persistent Lactic Acidosis

  • Acidosis

    Symptoms of Lactic Acidosis The symptoms of lactic acidosis include: Persistent nausea, vomiting, and abdominal (belly) pain Unexplained tiredness Shortness of breath Rapid[] Previous Index Next 5.5.1 Hyperventilation Compensation for a metabolic acidosis is hyperventilation to decrease the arterial pCO 2.[] Abstract Hyperventilation manifested by a low arterial carbon dioxide pressure (Pa CO2 ) is a common feature of pulmonary venous congestion (1-3).[]

  • Sepsis

    However, in patients with persistently elevated lactate without evidence of inadequate oxygen delivery, type B lactic acidosis should be considered.[] The most prominent are: Decreased urine output Fast heart rate Fever Hypothermia (very low body temperature) Shaking Chills Warm skin or a skin rash Confusion or delirium Hyperventilation[] The cardinal symptoms of sepsis include: Fever, chills or hypothermia Hypotension and oliguria Hyperventilation Mental status changes Skin manifestations These features may[]

  • Lactic Acidosis

    […] interval: 2.5-20.6; P CONCLUSION: In the absence of risk factors associated with persistent lactic acidosis, such as shock or acute kidney or liver injury, continued peri-operative[] In animal studies, hyperventilation and infusion of calcium during sodium bicarbonate administration improves cardiovascular function, suggesting that this approach could[] Acidosis itself results in hyperventilation which could be mistaken for failure to treat the response.[]

  • Leigh's Disease

    All children developed progressive neurological deterioration and persistent metabolic lactic acidosis, which was treated with sodium bicarbonate, and the 1st patient needed[] Episodic hyperventilation with resultant gasping and myoclonus was noted at the third attack but spontaneous respiration resumed soon with persistent ophthalmoplegia and truncal[] […] syndrome usually develop respiratory problems including the temporary cessation of spontaneous breathing (apnea), difficulty breathing (dyspnea), abnormally rapid breathing (hyperventilation[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    Anorexia nervosa (AN) is characterized by very low body mass index (BMI), related to obsessive fear of gaining weight, resulting in food restriction. In AN various cardiac complications may occur: hypotension, bradycardia, life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias, pericardial effusion, reduction of left ventricular[…][]

  • Infantile Apnea

    CASE SUMMARY: We report a 5-month-old girl with sudden respiratory arrest followed by episodic hyper- and hypo-ventilation, encephalopathy, and persistent lactic acidosis.[] Peripheral chemoreceptor stimulation may also lead to apnea secondary to hypocapnia seen after hyperventilation [ 17 ].[] The relative proximity of the apneic threshold of CO 2, together with peripheral chemoreceptor activation in response to hyperventilation, may lead to apnea.[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    Despite stable hemodynamics, lactic acidosis still persisted, and linezolid therapeutic drug monitoring was ordered.[] […] hepatopulmonary syndrome, portopulmonary hypertension, hepatic hydrothorax, decreased oxygen saturation, ventilation-perfusion mismatch, reduced pulmonary diffusion capacity, and hyperventilation[] Inflammatory Response (SIRS) criteria have limited value secondary to decreased number of baseline polymorphnuclear leucocytes, elevated heart rate at baseline, baseline hyperventilation[]

  • MELAS Syndrome

    MELAS syndrome was suspected postoperatively owing to persistent lactic acidosis and neurological symptoms.[] Clinical symptoms of metabolic acidosis include drowsiness, hyperventilation, vomiting, confusion, and lethargy.[] There is persistent lactic acidosis. Histologically, there are ragged red fibres on muscle biopsy and accumulation of abnormal mitochondria in smooth muscle.[]

  • Fecal Impaction

    Next two days investigations, follow-up and management Blood tests showed persistent metabolic lactic acidosis, diffuse intravascular coagulation and leukopenia (white blood[] Hyperventilation, fever or confusion. Dehydration or incontinence.[] Hyperventilating has also been associated with an impacted bowel.[]

  • Isolated Complex I Deficiency

    acidosis.[] In patients with neonatal and infantile onset, frequent signs are respiratory problems (irregular respiration, apnea, sighing, and hyperventilation ), ocular abnormalities[] We present the clinical, biochemical and molecular genetic data in a young girl whose clinical picture is dominated by chronic renal failure, myopathy and persistent lactic[]

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