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Welcome to Post Activity Assessment lecture: Acute liver failure management- APRIL 03
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AKH – Acute liver failure management- APRIL 03
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Question 1 of 5
Patients with hyperacute ALF are having high degree encephalopathy at presentation although they have better prognosis overall.CorrectIncorrect
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Studies of ALF in the US have shown that the primary cause of ALF was:CorrectIncorrect
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patient with marked confusion is considered at which grade of encephalopathy ?CorrectIncorrect
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Diagnostic approach to a patient with suspected ALF include:CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 5
A 60-year-old woman with rheumatoid arthritis was initiated on azathioprine 3 months ago and now presents with NAI-ALF secondary to DILI. On presentation, her ALT and AST concentrations are 500 IU/L and 350 IU/L, respectively. Her INR is 1.7, and she is mildly confused and drowsy. Which intervention has been shown most effective for the treatment of NAI-ALF ?CorrectIncorrect