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Measurement of lactate in a prehospital setting is related to outcome

van Beest, P. A., Mulder, P. J., Oetomo, S. B., van den Broek, B., Kuiper, M. A. & Spronk, P. E., Dec-2009, In : European journal of emergency medicine. 16, 6, p. 318-322 5 p.

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van Beest, P. A., Mulder, P. J., Oetomo, S. B., van den Broek, B., Kuiper, M. A., & Spronk, P. E. (2009). Measurement of lactate in a prehospital setting is related to outcome. European journal of emergency medicine, 16(6), 318-322. https://doi.org/10.1097/MEJ.0b013e32832dbe54

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van Beest, Paul A. ; Mulder, Peter Jan ; Oetomo, Suparto Bambang ; van den Broek, Bert ; Kuiper, Michael A. ; Spronk, Peter E. / Measurement of lactate in a prehospital setting is related to outcome. In: European journal of emergency medicine. 2009 ; Vol. 16, No. 6. pp. 318-322.

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van Beest, PA, Mulder, PJ, Oetomo, SB, van den Broek, B, Kuiper, MA & Spronk, PE 2009, 'Measurement of lactate in a prehospital setting is related to outcome', European journal of emergency medicine, vol. 16, no. 6, pp. 318-322. https://doi.org/10.1097/MEJ.0b013e32832dbe54

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Measurement of lactate in a prehospital setting is related to outcome. / van Beest, Paul A.; Mulder, Peter Jan; Oetomo, Suparto Bambang; van den Broek, Bert; Kuiper, Michael A.; Spronk, Peter E.

In: European journal of emergency medicine, Vol. 16, No. 6, 12.2009, p. 318-322.

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van Beest PA, Mulder PJ, Oetomo SB, van den Broek B, Kuiper MA, Spronk PE. Measurement of lactate in a prehospital setting is related to outcome. European journal of emergency medicine. 2009 Dec;16(6):318-322. https://doi.org/10.1097/MEJ.0b013e32832dbe54


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title = "Measurement of lactate in a prehospital setting is related to outcome",
abstract = "Objective We evaluated the relationship of lactate measured in a preclinical setting with outcome. Simultaneously, we evaluated the feasibility of implementing blood lactate measurement in a prehospital setting as part of a quality improvement projectMethods Chart review of patients from whom serum lactate levels prospectively were obtained in a prehospital setting. Total population was divided into two groups, that is, a shock group and a non-shock group according to the predefined shock symptoms. The shock group was divided into two groups, that is, a lactate less than 4 mmol/l (subgroup 1) and a lactate of at least 4 mmol/l (subgroup 11).Results In about 50% of possible cases, lactate was measured in the prehospital setting. Median lactate in subgroup I (n=74) was 3.2 (1.5-3.9) mmol/l versus 5.0 (4.0-20.0) mmol/l in subgroup I I (n = 61) (PConclusion Implementation of lactate measurement in prehospital setting is feasible, and potentially clinical relevant. Lactate measured in a preclinical setting is related to outcome. Subsequent studies should evaluate whether treatment of shock patient Is based on prehospital lactate measurement will improve outcome. European Journal of Emergency Medicine 16:318-322 (C) 2009 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.",
keywords = "early diagnosis, lactic acid, prehospital emergency care, regional health planning, shock, OXYGEN-DERIVED VARIABLES, HUMAN SEPTIC SHOCK, BLOOD LACTATE, MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION, OCCULT HYPOPERFUSION, CRITICALLY ILL, SEVERE SEPSIS, TRAUMA, MORTALITY, RELIABILITY",
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AU - Kuiper, Michael A.

AU - Spronk, Peter E.

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N2 - Objective We evaluated the relationship of lactate measured in a preclinical setting with outcome. Simultaneously, we evaluated the feasibility of implementing blood lactate measurement in a prehospital setting as part of a quality improvement projectMethods Chart review of patients from whom serum lactate levels prospectively were obtained in a prehospital setting. Total population was divided into two groups, that is, a shock group and a non-shock group according to the predefined shock symptoms. The shock group was divided into two groups, that is, a lactate less than 4 mmol/l (subgroup 1) and a lactate of at least 4 mmol/l (subgroup 11).Results In about 50% of possible cases, lactate was measured in the prehospital setting. Median lactate in subgroup I (n=74) was 3.2 (1.5-3.9) mmol/l versus 5.0 (4.0-20.0) mmol/l in subgroup I I (n = 61) (PConclusion Implementation of lactate measurement in prehospital setting is feasible, and potentially clinical relevant. Lactate measured in a preclinical setting is related to outcome. Subsequent studies should evaluate whether treatment of shock patient Is based on prehospital lactate measurement will improve outcome. European Journal of Emergency Medicine 16:318-322 (C) 2009 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

AB - Objective We evaluated the relationship of lactate measured in a preclinical setting with outcome. Simultaneously, we evaluated the feasibility of implementing blood lactate measurement in a prehospital setting as part of a quality improvement projectMethods Chart review of patients from whom serum lactate levels prospectively were obtained in a prehospital setting. Total population was divided into two groups, that is, a shock group and a non-shock group according to the predefined shock symptoms. The shock group was divided into two groups, that is, a lactate less than 4 mmol/l (subgroup 1) and a lactate of at least 4 mmol/l (subgroup 11).Results In about 50% of possible cases, lactate was measured in the prehospital setting. Median lactate in subgroup I (n=74) was 3.2 (1.5-3.9) mmol/l versus 5.0 (4.0-20.0) mmol/l in subgroup I I (n = 61) (PConclusion Implementation of lactate measurement in prehospital setting is feasible, and potentially clinical relevant. Lactate measured in a preclinical setting is related to outcome. Subsequent studies should evaluate whether treatment of shock patient Is based on prehospital lactate measurement will improve outcome. European Journal of Emergency Medicine 16:318-322 (C) 2009 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

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