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1.

Increased osmolal gap in alcoholic ketoacidosis and lactic acidosis.

Schelling JR, Howard RL, Winter SD, Linas SL.

Ann Intern Med. 1990 Oct 15;113(8):580-2.

PMID:
2400167
2.

Increased osmolal gap in alcoholic acidosis.

Braden GL, Strayhorn CH, Germain MJ, Mulhern JG, Skutches CL.

Arch Intern Med. 1993 Oct 25;153(20):2377-80.

PMID:
8215742
3.

Osmolal gap in alcoholic ketoacidosis.

Almaghamsi AM, Yeung CK.

Clin Nephrol. 1997 Jul;48(1):52-3.

PMID:
9247780
4.

Approach to the evaluation of a patient with an increased serum osmolal gap and high-anion-gap metabolic acidosis.

Kraut JA, Xing SX.

Am J Kidney Dis. 2011 Sep;58(3):480-4. doi: 10.1053/j.ajkd.2011.05.018. Epub 2011 Jul 27.

PMID:
21794966
5.

Derivation and validation of a formula to calculate the contribution of ethanol to the osmolal gap.

Purssell RA, Pudek M, Brubacher J, Abu-Laban RB.

Ann Emerg Med. 2001 Dec;38(6):653-9.

PMID:
11719745
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Repeated intoxication presenting with azotemia, elevated serum osmolal gap, and metabolic acidosis with high anion gap: differential diagnosis, management, and prognosis.

Prevost M, Sun Y, Servilla KS, Massie L, Glew RH, Tzamaloukas AH.

Int Urol Nephrol. 2012 Feb;44(1):309-14. doi: 10.1007/s11255-010-9796-6. Epub 2010 Jul 4.

PMID:
20602169
8.

[Alcoholic ketoacidosis and lactic acidosis].

Heltø K.

Ugeskr Laeger. 2009 Jan 26;171(5):318-9. Danish.

PMID:
19176163
9.

Alcoholism, ketoacidosis, and lactic acidosis.

Fulop M.

Diabetes Metab Rev. 1989 Jun;5(4):365-78. Review.

PMID:
2656160
10.

Comparison of urine anion gap, urine osmolal gap and modified urine osmolal gap in assessing the urine ammonium in metabolic acidosis.

Tapaneya-Olarn C, Tapaneya-Olarn W, Phuaksungnern R, Petchthong T.

J Med Assoc Thai. 1999 Nov;82 Suppl 1:S98-103.

PMID:
10730527
11.

Serum anion gap in the differential diagnosis of metabolic acidosis in critically ill newborns.

Lorenz JM, Kleinman LI, Markarian K, Oliver M, Fernandez J.

J Pediatr. 1999 Dec;135(6):751-5.

PMID:
10586180
12.

Lactic acidosis and acute ethanol intoxication.

MacDonald L, Kruse JA, Levy DB, Marulendra S, Sweeny PJ.

Am J Emerg Med. 1994 Jan;12(1):32-5.

PMID:
8285968
13.

Anion and osmolal gaps in the diagnosis of methanol and ethylene glycol poisoning.

Jacobsen D, Bredesen JE, Eide I, Ostborg J.

Acta Med Scand. 1982;212(1-2):17-20.

PMID:
7124457
14.

The missing gap. A pitfall in the diagnosis of alcohol intoxication by osmometry.

Walker JA, Schwartzbard A, Krauss EA, Sherman RA, Eisinger RP.

Arch Intern Med. 1986 Sep;146(9):1843-4.

PMID:
3753127
15.

Ketoacidosis and lactic acidosis--frequent causes of death in chronic alcoholics?

Brinkmann B, Fechner G, Karger B, DuChesne A.

Int J Legal Med. 1998;111(3):115-9.

PMID:
9587792
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[Effectiveness of pre-emptive hemodialysis with high-flux membranes for the treatment of life-threatening alcohol poisoning].

Peces R, Fernández R, Peces C, González E, Olivas E, Renjel F, Jiménez M, Costero O, Montero A, Selgas R.

Nefrologia. 2008;28(4):413-8. Spanish.

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Plasma lactate and 3-hydroxybutyrate levels in patients with acute ethanol intoxication.

Fulop M, Bock J, Ben-Ezra J, Antony M, Danzig J, Gage JS.

Am J Med. 1986 Feb;80(2):191-4.

PMID:
3080879
18.

Alcoholic ketosis.

Fulop M, Ben-Ezra J, Bock J.

Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 1986 Dec;10(6):610-5.

PMID:
3544913
19.

[The osmotic gap in the diagnosis of alcoholic intoxication].

Weiss M, Thurnheer U.

Schweiz Med Wochenschr. 1988 Jun 4;118(22):845-8. German.

PMID:
3387984
20.

Excess serum osmolality gap after ingestion of methanol: a methodology-associated phenomenon?

Demedts P, Theunis L, Wauters A, Franck F, Daelemans R, Neels H.

Clin Chem. 1994 Aug;40(8):1587-90.

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