XI.d

Metabolic acidosis (incl. lactic-). May cause dyspnea

See also under IXg and h. Salbutamol/albuterol and methanol are notable for inducing lactic acidosis and anion gap. Reactional dyspnea and/or hyperpnea can be present. To quote Klig et al. (2014) (PMID 25140963) 'The differential diagnosis of an elevated anion-gap metabolic acidosis is detailed by the acronym 'CAT MUDPILES''. Review of drug-induced AB disorders at PMID 25370778

Last update : 06/10/2016
 

Causative drugs

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