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Year Number of Results
1945 1
1946 6
1947 8
1948 7
1949 10
1950 9
1951 10
1952 23
1953 14
1954 14
1955 14
1956 24
1957 19
1958 31
1959 51
1960 82
1961 86
1962 128
1963 285
1964 501
1965 473
1966 575
1967 690
1968 870
1969 969
1970 968
1971 1092
1972 1172
1973 1089
1974 1092
1975 1102
1976 918
1977 926
1978 826
1979 840
1980 753
1981 778
1982 756
1983 795
1984 926
1985 919
1986 922
1987 853
1988 878
1989 925
1990 971
1991 1055
1992 1005
1993 1108
1994 1091
1995 1004
1996 513
1997 316
1998 217
1999 199
2000 184
2001 186
2002 219
2003 205
2004 218
2005 222
2006 257
2007 298
2008 237
2009 240
2010 294
2011 251
2012 255
2013 279
2014 273
2015 241
2016 184
2017 203
2018 193
2019 112
2020 4
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Lactic acidosis: an update
Seheult J, et al. Clin Chem Lab Med 2017 - Review. PMID 27522622 Free article.
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Han X, et al. Chest 2018. PMID 30526977
Prognostic value of lactates in relation to gas analysis and acid-base status in patients with pulmonary embolism.
Galić K, et al. Croat Med J 2018. PMID 30203628 Free PMC article.
Lactates were independent of other variables. Other gas-analysis parameters were not significant predictors of mortality. CONCLUSION: In PE patients at low-intermediate risk of mortality (PESI I-III), lactate level was associated with a short-term mortality, independently of other gas-analytic parameters. ...
Lactates were independent of other variables. Other gas-analysis parameters were not significant predictors of mortality. CONCLUSION:
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