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5,300 Possible Causes for Lactic Acidosis, Percentage of Naive B Cells Increased, Pulmonary Hypertension

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Some patients with hypoxaemia reveal "out of proportion" pulmonary hypertension with inappropriate increase of pulmonary artery pressure.[] Early onset of lactic acidosis E. Limb muscle weakness due to: 1) Deconditioning 2) Systemic effects 3) Poor nutrition 2. Dynamic airway compression 3.[] In addition, the role of lactic acidosis as a possible 'critical threshold' above which training is effective in eliciting physiologic benefits was demonstrated in the study[]

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  • Congestive Heart Failure

    A 42-year-old diabetic man was admitted with systolic heart failure and pulmonary hypertension being treated with sildenafil for the previous year.[] An arterial blood gas analysis showed marked lactic acidosis.[] In an evaluation of 47 patients with metformin-related lactic acidosis occurring between 1995 and 1996, 43% had a fatal outcome and 91% had 1 risk factors for lactic acidosis[]

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  • Pulmonary Embolism

    hypertension, such as WHO Group II (pulmonary hypertension associated with left-sided heart disease) and WHO Group III (pulmonary hypertension associated with a parenchymal[] […] embolism, 9 patients with primary pulmonary hypertension, and 18 normal subjects.[] Pulmonary hypertension Our pulmonary hypertension clinic is accredited as a Center of Comprehensive Care (CCC) within the Pulmonary Hypertension Care Centers (PHCC) program[]

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  • Hypoxia

    Here we present a case of hepatopulmonary syndrome (HPS) where spontaneous resolution of severe hypoxaemia occurred with the development of pulmonary hypertension over several[] The book then proceeds to a description of the situations in which hypoxic metabolic acidosis develops, such as during high altitude exposure, cardiac arrest, and lactic acidosis[] So basically, we're getting into a state of metabolic acidosis.[]

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  • Liver Failure

    Other clinically relevant associations with patients with liver disease includes Portopulmonary hypertension (POPH) is a pulmonary hypertension syndrome with vascular obstruction[] The patient has the same mutation (c.547C T; p.Arg183Trp) as the first case and presented with neonatal lactic acidosis, hypoglycemia and severe episodes of liver failure.[] Over the next few weeks, the liver abnormalities and lactic acidosis improved. Neurologic status remained intact throughout the illness.[]

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  • Anaphylaxis

    Past history included hypertension treated with enalapril. Autopsy revealed cardiomegaly, acute on chronic pulmonary congestion and "unusually fluid blood".[]

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  • Glycogen Storage Disease

    Other complications can include pulmonary hypertension, radiographic (X-ray) evidence of osteopenia (weak bones), and fractures.[] GSD I should be considered in all young children presenting with hypoglycaemia and lactic acidosis. Presence of neutropenia further confirms GSD Ib.[] hypertension).[]

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  • Overlap Syndrome

    Pulmonary hypertension is the commonest disease-related cause of death in patients with MCTD.[] Mitochondrial encephalomyopathy with lactic acidosis and stroke-like episodes/Leigh (MELAS/LS) overlap syndrome is a mitochondrial disorder subtype with clinical and magnetic[] acidosis, and stroke-like episodes (MELAS) is characterized by recurrent stroke-like episodes, migraine-like headaches, and elevated resting lactate blood level.[]

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  • Hypogammaglobulinemia

    […] disease patients and less cases of pulmonary arterial hypertension in NS group.[] Parent of children with CVID had low percentages of naive B cell and increased percentages of memory B cells in comparison with controls.[] Aspects of anticoagulation in children A case report of acute lymphoblastic leukemia complicated by lactic acidosis Laboratory monitoring of new anticoagulants Plasma levels[]

  • Extrapulmonary Alveolar Hypoventilation

    PROBLEMS IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 273 Status Asthmaticus 282 Extrapulmonary Causes of Respiratory Failure 292 Pulmonary Embolism 302 Managing Hemoptysis 311 Pulmonary Hypertension[] acidosis, elevated PvO2 & SvO2, CNS depression # Management of cyanide poisoning – Nitrite (produce MetHb in order to take CN- away from cytochrome c oxidase) – Thiosulfate[] Chronic hypoxemia can induce secondary polycythemia, pulmonary hypertension, and right heart failure.[]

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