Aug 1, 1990

Benign lactic acidosis in 2 female diabetics treated with insulin

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V RosivalA Takác

Abstract

In two young female diabetics treated with insulin lactic acidosis developed. After normalization of the low pH of blood by NaHCO3 infusion the subjective complaints disappeared and eventually the blood lactate level reached normal values.

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Diabetes, Autoimmune
D-lactate Measurement
Acidosis, Lactic
Sodium Bicarbonate

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