Clinical review: The liver in sepsis

@inproceedings{Nesseler2012ClinicalRT,
  title={Clinical review: The liver in sepsis},
  author={Nicolas Nesseler and Yoann Launey and Caroline Aninat and Fabrice Morel and Yannick Mall{\'e}dant and Philippe O Seguin},
  booktitle={Critical care},
  year={2012}
}
During sepsis, the liver plays a key role. It is implicated in the host response, participating in the clearance of the infectious agents/products. Sepsis also induces liver damage through hemodynamic alterations or through direct or indirect assault on the hepatocytes or through both. Accordingly, liver dysfunction induced by sepsis is recognized as one of the components that contribute to the severity of the disease. Nevertheless, the incidence of liver dysfunction remains imprecise, probably… CONTINUE READING
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