Mike Winters Rob Rodriguez Peter DeBlieux John Greenwood
Lactate has become the most commonly used biomarker to assess tissue perfusion. Unfortunately, lactate isn't simply produced during states of hypoperfusion and anaerobic metabolism. In this episode, we discuss the current concepts, controversies, and clinical implications of lactate in the critically ill patient. Listen in and find out why 50% of patients with a normal anion gap may still have elevated lactate levels!