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Research Article

Correlation between Arterial Lactate and Central Venous Lactate in Children with Sepsis

Table 3

Bivariate analysis arterial lactate versus venous lactate. Relationship between arterial and venous lactate and factors like sex, vasopressors, severity of illness, and other medications such as antibiotics and sedatives.

Arterial lactate
valueVenous lactate
value

Sex
 Female (mean ± SD)1.905 (1.128)0.0312.188 (1.226)0.522
 Male (mean ± SD)1.295 (0.725)1.374 (0.740)
Type of sepsis
 Sepsis (mean ± SD)1,594 (0,667)0,6241,59 (0,758)0,124
 Septic shock (mean ± SD)1,435 (0,947)1,612 (1,023)
Vasoactive
 Yes (mean ± SD)1,452 (0,912)0,9151,617 (0,992)0,068
 No (mean ± SD)1,63 (0,718)1,51 (0,739)
Medications
 Yes (mean ± SD)1,545 (1,129)0,7621,707 (1,211)0,641
 No (mean ± SD)1,386 (0,534)1,497 (0,598)

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