2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352012000600006 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: RESUMOAvaliaram-se a concentração de lactato e a glicemia em sete cadelas em trabalho de parto submetidas à cesariana e em seus respectivos neonatos. O lactato materno foi mensurado utilizando-se medidor portátil e pelo método enzimático colorimétrico. Nos neonatos avaliou-se também o peso ao nascimento. Os valores de lactato materno e neonatal foram estatisticamente diferentes, sendo mais elevado nos neonatos. Ao nascimento, as cadelas e os neonatos encontravam-se normoglicêmicos, e não se observou correlação… Show more

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“…Blood lactate obtained from the umbilical cord presented high values (4.89±1.39mmol L -1 ) compared to normal references for adult dogs, which vary between 1.1 and 2.5mmol L -1 (McMichael et al 2005, Pang & Boysen 2007, Bueno et al 2012. These findings can be interpreted as expected results, seeing that the neonate requires elevated energy substrates for metabolism, especially in the brain, due to its insufficient glycogen reserves and low tolerance to hypoglycemia (McMichael et al 2005).…”
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“…Blood lactate obtained from the umbilical cord presented high values (4.89±1.39mmol L -1 ) compared to normal references for adult dogs, which vary between 1.1 and 2.5mmol L -1 (McMichael et al 2005, Pang & Boysen 2007, Bueno et al 2012. These findings can be interpreted as expected results, seeing that the neonate requires elevated energy substrates for metabolism, especially in the brain, due to its insufficient glycogen reserves and low tolerance to hypoglycemia (McMichael et al 2005).…”
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“…It should be additionally considered that the physiological stress caused by anesthesia and the upcoming parturition, especially concerning respiratory depression, can contribute to the reduced supply of oxygen to the tissues (Lucio et al 2009, Bueno et al 2012. At the time of birth, mean blood lactate from the umbilical cord was 4.89±1.39mmol L -1 and remained close to 4.86±1.35mmol L -1 t 10 minutes of life in the blood drawn from the jugular vein.…”
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