Acute liver failure: redefining the syndromes

@article{Williams1993AcuteLF,
  title={Acute liver failure: redefining the syndromes},
  author={R. Williams and Solko W. Schalm and John G O'grady},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1993},
  volume={342},
  pages={273-275}
}
Complications in acute liver failure: managing hepatic encephalopathy and cerebral oedema
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An overview of hepatic encephalopathy and the management of cerebral oedema in this group of patients is presented, examining both current medical and nursing strategies.
Management in acute liver failure.
Acute Liver Failure
TLDR
The causes and clinical manifestations of acute liver failure are outlined, current approaches to patient care are discussed, and rates of survival have improved substantially in recent years through advances in critical care management and the use of emergency liver transplantation.
Acute liver failure.
TLDR
The causes and clinical manifestations of acute liver failure are outlined, current approaches to patient care are discussed, and rates of survival have improved substantially in recent years through advances in critical care management and the use of emergency liver transplantation.
Acute liver failure.
TLDR
The causes and clinical manifestations of acute liver failure are outlined, current approaches to patient care are discussed, and rates of survival have improved substantially in recent years through advances in critical care management and the use of emergency liver transplantation.
Study of Aetiology, Complications, Prognostic Factors and Mortality Predictors in Acute Liver Failure in a Tertiary Care Hospital of North India
TLDR
Clinicians in developing countries and clinicians there, should know prognostic factors of ALF before managing a patient of acute liver failure, because different geographical regions have different aetiology for ALF, hence different prognostic Factors.
Aetiology and outcome of acute liver failure.
TLDR
Liver transplantation, when performed for acute liver failure, has good long-term survival and paracetamol overdose was the most common cause of acute Liver failure.
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