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《JOURNAL OF APPLIED CLINICAL PEDIATRICS》 1996-01
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Infant muggy syndrome and lactic acidosis

CAI Yi-Ji; WU Xi; WAN Wen-Qing; ZHU Lu-Qi (Jiangxi Children's Hospital)  
Objectives To seach for the lactic acid concentration of infant muggy syndrome and the clinical characteristics, prevention and treatment of lactic acid.Methods The blood biochemistry, gas and lactic acid were determined by SBA-30 type lactic acid analyzer and ABL-30 type acid-base gas analyzer, and the AG value was calculated for the in- patients. Dynamic determination was carried out when treatment. There was 40 healthy infants in cntrol group, and the blood biochemistry, gas and lactic acid of them were determined too.Results The average value of blood lactic acid in the control group was 1.49±0.22mmol/L.It was regarded as hyperlac.icacidemia that the value of lactic acid was more han. Eight of the 15 cases in the test group, the average value of blood lactic acid was 3.31±0.30mmol/L, these were regarded as hyperlacticacidemia. That of 6 cases was 11.91±1.60mmol/L, and the pH value was lower,the 6 cases were regarded as lactic acidosis. Along with the restoration of patients' condition, the value of lactic acid was decreased gradually.Conclusions.The patients with infant muggy syndrome are often complicated by hyperlacticacidemia or lactic acidosis The preventive and therapeutic principles could be pointed out according to the above-mentioned clinical characteristics.
【CateGory Index】: R723.12
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