A space where we will post resources (clinical, administrative, or otherwise) dedicated to helping you make the most out of your fellowship.
Our newest LFN Quick Tips infographic is on portopulmonary hypertension (PPHTN).
Our newest LFN Quick Tips infographic is on hepatopulmonary syndrome (HPS). We review important aspects in presentation, diagnosis, and management of one of the main pulmonary consequences of end-stage liver disease.
The latest installment in the LFN Quick Tips series involves hepatic encephalopathy. How is it identified? What are common precipitants? How can it be treated (besides with lactulose!)?
Welcome to another LFN Quick Tips. Here you will learn the basics of HRS including appropriate nomenclature, considerations in management and tips on prevention. Enjoy!
The next in the LFN Quick Tips series — an infographic to teach the core principles of management in a patient with acute esophageal variceal bleeding.
We bring you another LFN Quick Tips infographic. This one is on spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and includes important epidemiologic info, diagnostic pearls, and management principles.
The first of LFN’s Quick Tips series on decompensated cirrhosis. We created an infographic to help you understand ascites — what does it mean for your patients with cirrhosis, how do you diagnose it, and how is it managed?
Where do AST and ALT come from? How is bilirubin metabolized? Get to “know” your liver chemistries with this Quick Tips infographic!
Although you will continue to build your knowledge base throughout fellowship, we wanted to help kick off your journey with our ‘top 10 clinical tips’.
July 1st is right around the corner! None of us at LFN are too far removed from the nervous excitement that accompanies that date. Here are our “top 10” tips to help you navigate your fellowship training.
Do you have suggestions for topics within this series? Are you a fellow interested in contributing? Please feel free to reach out via Twitter to the fellow lead or to Liver Fellow Network directly. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.