Typically when we see an elevated lactate, our minds immediately go to “This patient must have sepsis!” But, in reality, there are a lot of reasons why a patient would have an elevated lactate that have nothing to do with a systemic inflammatory response or sepsis. So, push play to learn about the non-sepsis reasons for an elevated lactate.

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