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Managing fluid balance in patients with liver disease


A fundamental aspect of managing liver patients in the acute setting is assessing and correcting f luid and nutritional status. The intrinsic abnormalities of salt and water handling in patients with liver dysfunction worsen with disease progression. Additionally, they are further aggravated by the processes that cause decompensation and presentation…

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