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10 Possible Causes for Kussmaul Respiration, Persistent Lactic Acidosis

  • Acidosis

    Hyperlactatemia is defined as a persistent, mild to moderate (2-4 mmol/L) increase in blood lactate concentration without metabolic acidosis , whereas lactic acidosis is characterized[emedicine.medscape.com] ., dyspnea, marked Kussmaul respirations) These patients generally have severe metabolic acidosis with respiratory compensation.[emcrit.org] respiration E87.2 Lacticemia, excessive E87.2 Retention - see also Retained carbon dioxide E87.2 ICD-10-CM Codes Adjacent To E87.2 E85.82 Wild-type transthyretin-related[icd10data.com]

  • 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[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] lactic acidosis CAUSES (Cohen & Woods classification) Type A – Inadequate Oxygen Delivery anaerobic muscular activity (sprinting, generalised convulsions) tissue hypoperfusion[lifeinthefastlane.com] Multivariable logistic regression analysis identified the need for vasopressor administration as an independent predictor of lactic acidosis (odds ratio: 7.3, 95% confidence[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Sepsis

    However, in patients with persistently elevated lactate without evidence of inadequate oxygen delivery, type B lactic acidosis should be considered.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Hypotension and/or Kussmaul’s respirations in severe acidosis that are present in the septic patient may lead to peri-intubation arrest if not recognized and managed prior[clinicaladvisor.com] Hypoperfusion abnormalities may include lactic acidosis, oliguria, or an acute alteration in mental status.[doi.org]

  • Mauriac's Syndrome

    A Rare Case of Persistent Lactic Acidosis in the ICU: Glycogenic Hepatopathy and Mauriac Syndrome. Case Rep Crit Care. 2016; 2016: 6072909.[journals.viamedica.pl] ’s respiration) Acetone, formed by nonenzymatic conversation of acetoacetate, is responsible for the characteristic fruity odor of the breath 58 Ketones are readily excreted[slideplayer.com] ’s respiration Acetone on the breath Obtundation of consciousness or coma Vomiting Dehydration 66 Hyperglycemia 67 Hyperglycemia 68 Clinical presentation Polyuria Polydipsia[slideplayer.com]

  • Alpers Syndrome

    acidosis, and strokelike episodes syndrome (MELAS) during recurrent status epilepticus ( 14 ).[ajnr.org] クスマウル Kussmaul respiration クスマウル大呼吸 AdolfKussmaul (1822-1902) Germaninternist Kveim クベイム反応 Kveim reaction クベイム反応 MortenAnsgar Kveim (1892-1966) Norwegian pathologist Ladd[jams.med.or.jp] In another case of MELAS, a persistent increase of the lactate signal intensity measured by MR spectroscopy has paralleled the continuous production of lactate in cells with[ajnr.org]

  • Behr Syndrome

    Persistent and episodic lactic acidosis are common. Some individuals have increased excretion of citric acid cycle intermediates.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] クスマウル Kussmaul respiration クスマウル大呼吸 AdolfKussmaul (1822-1902) Germaninternist Kveim クベイム反応 Kveim reaction クベイム反応 MortenAnsgar Kveim (1892-1966) Norwegian pathologist Ladd[jams.med.or.jp] German gynecologist and pathologist Kugelberg-Welander クーゲルベルク・ウェランダー Kugelberg-Welander disease クーゲルベルク・ウェランダー病 Kunitz クニッツ Kunitz soybean trypsininhibitor クニッツ大豆トリプシン阻害物質 Kussmaul[jams.med.or.jp]

  • Congenital Lactic Acidosis

    Case 2 (personal communication) 20 An 11 year old girl with MELAS had persistent lactic acidosis (venous blood lactate 5 mmol/l), growth retardation, muscular fatigue, and[adc.bmj.com] respiration E87.2 Lacticemia, excessive E87.2 Retention - see also Retained carbon dioxide E87.2 ICD-10-CM Codes Adjacent To E87.2 E85.82 Wild-type transthyretin-related[icd10data.com] lactic acidosis CAUSES (Cohen & Woods classification) Type A – Inadequate Oxygen Delivery anaerobic muscular activity (sprinting, generalised convulsions) tissue hypoperfusion[lifeinthefastlane.com]

  • Severe Infantile Carnitine Palmitoyl Transferase II Deficiency

    lactic acidosis Mitochondrial encephalopathy Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Pallor Abnormality of the abdominal wall Psychosis Involuntary movements Drooling Abnormality[mendelian.co] Infants will try to correct metabolic acidosis by a reflex respiratory alkalosis using hyperventilation and Kussmaul respirations.[mhmedical.com] The enzyme deficiencies that give rise to congenital lactic acidosis can potentially affect many different organ systems of the body and, therefore, lead to a wide variety[mitoaction.org]

  • Lethal Neonatal Carnitine Palmitoyl Transferase II Deficiency

    The enzyme deficiencies that give rise to congenital lactic acidosis can potentially affect many different organ systems of the body and, therefore, lead to a wide variety[mitoaction.org] Infants will try to correct metabolic acidosis by a reflex respiratory alkalosis using hyperventilation and Kussmaul respirations.[mhmedical.com] Whereas some individuals may have persistently elevated levels of lactic acid in blood, cerebrospinal fluid and urine, other persons may have only occasional increases in[mitoaction.org]

  • Waardenburg Syndrome Type 2E

    […] nonpersistance ( MCM6) Lactic acidosis, fatal infantile ( SUCLG1) Lacticacidemia due to PDX1 deficiency ( PDX1) LADD syndrome ( FGF10) LADD syndrome ( FGFR3) Laing distal[en.praenatal-medizin.de] クスマウル Kussmaul respiration クスマウル大呼吸 AdolfKussmaul (1822-1902) Germaninternist Kveim クベイム反応 Kveim reaction クベイム反応 MortenAnsgar Kveim (1892-1966) Norwegian pathologist Ladd[jams.med.or.jp] COL18A1) Kowarski syndrome ( GH1) Krabbe disease ( GALC) Krabbe disease, atypical ( PSAP) L-2-hydroxyglutaric aciduria ( L2HGDH) Lactase deficiency, congenital ( LCT) Lactase persistance[en.praenatal-medizin.de]

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