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End stage liver disease

Posted by stemy Meolly on October 4, 2010 at 12:37 AM Comments comments (0)

End stage liver disease is kind of medical problem in which the sickness gets worse so rapidly that the liver cannot produce proteins and fulfill metabolic needs.

 

In majority, this medical disorder, end stage liver disease, is unfortunately incurable. The safest action to take care for the patients with end stage liver failure is to examine the problem as early as possible and to begin with medication.

 

The problem is the fact that triggers can be assigned to other medical damages, but are often the symptoms of end stage liver failure. Some of the symptoms are in fact not dangerous. Itchy skin, unable to rest, yawning and respiration problems are concluded as those symptoms.

 

In some conditions when one of the fatal symptoms show up, they are obviously related to the one of the safe signs, it’s needed to make a complete investigation of the patient to confirm if the liver functions properly. Belly discomfort, hyperventilating, vomiting, jaundice skin, nails and eyes turn yellow and diarrhea are these some signs. If the sick is left abandoned, liver failure can lead to death.

 

Doctors always need to perform more check ups to confirm in which level the damage is and how's it threatening. Complete laboratory results are important as well. Blood work, CT scan, proteins and other examinations have to be done, too.

 

Some of the the common triggers of liver failure is the excessive overuse of alcohol, liver disorder and even some drugs can cause liver disorder.

 

When the liver is no longer capable to work out metabolic functions, the end stage liver failure result is done. The only choice in this situation is the liver transplantation.



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