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Kaplan-Meier for patients with a ∆ lactate 24 h > 0% (red line) compared to patients with a ∆ lactate 24 h ≤ 0% (blue line) (3-month mortality, ± standard deviation)

Kaplan-Meier for patients with a ∆ lactate 24 h > 0% (red line) compared to patients with a ∆ lactate 24 h ≤ 0% (blue line) (3-month mortality, ± standard deviation)

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Purpose: Lactate is an established prognosticator in critical care. However, there still is insufficient evidence about its role in predicting outcome in COVID-19. This is of particular concern in older patients who have been mostly affected during the initial surge in 2020. Methods: This prospective international observation study (The COVIP study...

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... were no differences regarding age, SOFA score on admission, prior hospitalizations, or the duration of symptoms before ICU admission. The median CFS did not differ (Table 3). For pre-existing comorbidities, there was no difference between groups except for pulmonary diseases, which were significantly more common in those patients with Table 4, Fig. ...

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