Sodium lactate — choice for infusion solutions with alkaline reserve

A.S. Sokolov, A.V. Korshunov, V.S. Rustamova, A.L. Chernov

Abstract


Despite of the age-old term from the moment of usage, multicomponent infusion solutions based on sodium lactate as a carrier of alkaline reserve remain the basis of rational balanced infusion therapy for both critical patients and patients with a general-somatic profile. The uniqueness of the composition, which is close to “ideal solution”, provides wide indications for use. Ringer lactate continues to be one of the most popular infusion solutions in the world, as reflected in a number of guidelines. The appearance in the clinical practice of domestic polyionic multifunctional solutions — Rheosorbilact and others has given an impulse to the development of new methods of therapies. Rheosorbilact in clinical practice has established itself as an effective mean for correcting volemic, rheological disorders, eliminating shifts in the acid-bas balance, treatment of intoxication syndrome.


Keywords


sodium lactate; infusion therapy

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