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Lactic acidosis

By Type

  • Type A (tissue hypoperfusion)
  • Type B (decreased utilization)
  • Type D
    • episodes of encephalopathy and metabolic acidosis typically following high carbohydrate meals in patients with short bowel syndrome
    • metabolic acidosis and high serum anion gap, normal lactate level, short bowel syn or other forms of malabsorption, and characteristic neurologic findings
      • Type D lactate is not detected with standard lactate levels

Complete List

  • Dodda V and Spiro P. Albuterol, an Uncommonly Recognized Culprit in Lactic Acidosis. Chest. 2011;140.
  • . Zitek T, Cleveland N, Rahbar A, et al. Effect of nebulized albuterol on serum lactate and potassium in healthy subjects. Acad Emerg Med 2016;23:718–21.