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22 september 2020 06:20:41

 
Relative Hyperlactatemia in the Emergency Department (Frontiers in Medicine)
 


Objective: The clinical interpretation of lactate ≤ 2.00 mmol/L in emergency department (ED) patients is not well-characterized. This study aims to determine the optimal cutoff value for lactate within the reference range that predicts in-hospital mortality among ED patients.Methods: This was a retrospective study of adult patients presenting to a tertiary ED with an initial serum lactate level of


 
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