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AKH- Hepatic Encephalopathy – Case presentation
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Hepatic encephalopathy is defined as a spectrum of neuropsychiatric abnormalities in patients with liverCorrectIncorrect
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Long-term increases in serum ammonia levels may necessarily lead to hepatic encephalopathyCorrectIncorrect
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According to West Haven classification system; patient with lethargy or apathy; disorientation; inappropriate behavior; slurred speech; and intermittent disorientation, usually regarding time are considered in HE grade:CorrectIncorrect
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Patient unable to perform mental tasks; disorientation about time and place and has marked confusion are considered in HE grade:CorrectIncorrect
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FIRST line treatment for hepatic encephalopathy is :CorrectIncorrect
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Precipitants of HE, such as hypovolemia, metabolic disturbances, gastrointestinal bleeding, infection, and constipation, should be corrected as a part of HE treatmentCorrectIncorrect