Welcome to Evidence Corner. Here we try to explain the data behind the clinical decisions we make through deep-diving studies that have shaped how we treat patients with liver disease. For each clinical question, we’ve chosen a single study and with our digestible slides, we try to concisely highlight the key aspects of the study.
Ever wondered why we calculate a Lille score in patients being treated for alcohol-associated hepatitis with prednisolone? This is the Evidence Corner for you!
What new condition should be considered and worked up in patients with pediatric acute liver failure of unknown origin?
A review of the study on rifaximin as an adjunctive therapy in treatment of hepatic encephalopathy.
Can polyethylene glycol (PEG) be used to treat hepatic encephalopathy in hospitalized patients?
Ever wondered why we tell people to transfuse to a goal hemoglobin greater than 7? This is the evidence corner for you!
In high risk patients that have variceal bleeding, have you ever wondered if there may be a role for therapies other than medicines and endoscopy? This evidence corner helps to answer just that question.
Have you ever wondered why we give albumin to patients with SBP? If so, this is the Evidence Corner for you.
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