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SERUM LACTATE AS A PROGNOSTIC MARKER IN PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY PATIENTS

Trend in arterial lactate level during peri-operative period can be a useful tool to assess the prognosis in postoperative period in cardiac surgery in pediatric patients. In the present study, non-survivors had significant persistent elevation in lactates (> 4.0 mmol/l). Similarly, peak lactates in survivors correlated significantly with longer duration of cardiopulmonary bypass, mechanical ventilation and pediatric intensive care unit stay.

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Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine
Volume / Volumen: 16
Number / Número: 4
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 193-197
Year / Año: 2012
Month / Mes: october


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Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre, New Delhi, New Delhi, India


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Niveles Séricos de Lactato como Marcador Pronóstico en Pacientes Pediátricos Sometidos a Cirugía Cardíaca

Los niveles arteriales de lactato durante el período periquirúrgico pueden ser un instrumento útil para determinar el pronóstico en la etapa que sigue a la cirugía cardíaca en los pacientes pediátricos. En el presente estudio, los pacientes que no sobrevivieron presentaron un aumento importante y sostenido del lactato (> 4 mmol/l). Asimismo, la concentración máxima de lactato en los pacientes que sobrevivieron se correlacionó significativamente con derivación cardiopulmonar y asistencia ventilatoria mecánica de mayor duración, y con permanencia más prolongada en la sala de cuidados intensivos pediátricos.
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Other articles written by the author Naresh Aggarwal
Otros artículos de Naresh Aggarwal

Das J, Aggarwal A, Aggarwal NK. Pulse oximeter accuracy and precision at five different sensor locations in infants and children with cyanotic heart disease. Indian J Anaesth 54: 531-4, 2010.




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Naresh Aggarwal was invited by SIIC on
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2013, july 12
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2021, march 9
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The article is strictly related to the following sections of siicsalud
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Cardiology
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Paediatrics
/ Pediatría
 

and secondarily related to the following sections

y secundariamente con las siguientes secciones

Surgical Anesthesiology
Anestesiología Quirúrgica

Cardiac Anesthesiology
Cardioanestesia

Anaesthesiology
Anestesiología

Biochemistry
Bioquímica

Clinical Analytics
Análisis Clínicos

Pediatric Cardiology
Cardiología Pediátrica

Cardiovascular surgery
Cirugía Cardiovascular

Intensive Care
Cuidados Intensivos

Pediatric surgery
Cirugía Pediátrica

Surgery
Cirugía

Clinical Chemistry
Diagnóstico por Laboratorio

Pediatric Cardiology
Cardiología Pediátrica

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Point of Care Serum Lactate Levels as a Prognostic Marker of Outcome in Complex Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Patients:Can We Utilize It


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Naresh Aggarwal1, Amit Varma2, Jyotirmay Das3

3 Dr, Fortis Hospital, Vasantkunj, New Delhi, Bhopal, India


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