type A lactic acidosis

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This form of lactic acidosis most commonly accompanies shock or circulatory collapse. In these conditions, the peripheral metabolism of lactate is reduced and yet the anaerobic conditions favour lactate production.

Liver and renal disease are risk factors for the development of type A lactic acidosis.

Last reviewed 01/2018