Lactic tedavsii cases often occurs in intensive care units. No lqktik is given about the accuracy of the copy. Today, various methods are used to treat lactic acidosis. Metformin-induced lactic acidosis was diagnosed and he was treated with hemodialysis.
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Lactic tedavsii cases often occurs in intensive care units. No lqktik is given about the accuracy of the copy. Today, various methods are used to treat lactic acidosis. Metformin-induced lactic acidosis was diagnosed and he was treated with hemodialysis. We have reviewed the occurrence of lactic acidosis in two cases in light of the current literature. This abstract may be abridged.
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Lactic acidosis can have quite serious consequences, and clinicians must be very careful while managing patients with lactic acidosis. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Although chronic conditions such as chronic renal failure necessitating hemodialysis are contra-indicated for metformin use, current data shows that, when compared to other oral-atidiabetics, metformin is not associated with an increased risk of lactic acidosis.
We describe a patient on metformin therapy with hemodialysis treatment for end stage renal disease, presenting to the emergency department with altered mental status. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract.
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Offered By Marine Transportation Engineering. Offered to Marine Transportation Engineering. Course Objective To understand theory and meaning of ship handling and effecting factors for the ship handling operations, To understand resistance forces of ship movement, ship forces and their effects on the ship, To understand the theory and effects of turning circle, shallow water, squat and narrow channel. Mode of Delivery Face -to- Face. Prerequisites and Co-requisites None. Recomended Optional Programme Components None.
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Name of Lecturer s Learning Outcomes 1 summarise and describe contents of the lecture of Ship Handling I 2 apply the ship maneuvering procedure, to evaluate any condition of vessel during the navigate and manage the vessel on bridge safely. Effect of wind and current on ship handling. Manoeuvring for rescue of a man overboard. Squat and shallowwater and similar effect. Proper procedures for anchoring and mooring.