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Synonyms for hepatic

any of numerous small green nonvascular plants of the class Hepaticopsida growing in wet places and resembling green seaweeds or leafy mosses

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About Acetadote Acetadote is an antidote for acetaminophen overdose indicated to prevent or lessen hepatic injury after ingestion of a potentially hepatotoxic quantity of acetaminophen.
The primary grading scale used to quantify hepatic injury was developed by the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST).
Our case of a patient on extended release niacin revealed dramatic reversible decreases in hepatic clotting factors, lipoproteins, and other proteins, without elevation of hepatic enzymes or overt hepatic injury.
Acetylcysteine Solution, USP, 20% inhalation therapy decreases the viscosity of mucus, thinning mucus secretions while oral therapy is utilized to prevent or reduce hepatic injury following acetaminophen overdose.
Advanced hemostatic dressing development program: animal model selection criteria and results of a study of nine hemostatic dressings in a model of severe large venous hemorrhage and hepatic injury in swine.
5,7,9,10) The serum activities of ALT, AST, and LDH peak within the first 24 hours after hepatic injury and decrease rapidly 4 days after injury.
Although there is no increased extent of pain relief, the risk of hepatic injury is substantially increased.
The aim of this animal study was to evaluate the possible protective role of ginger with low and high doses of atorvastatin induced hepatic injury, with particular attention to the hypolipidemic and the hepatoprotective properties of this spice.
The have organized the papers into sections that focus in turn on: chemistry, biochemistry, and the formation and reactivity of endogenous toxins such as metabolic intermediates and reactive oxygen species, particularly those associated with excessive sugar, fat, meat, or alcohol consumption; the association of increased endogenous toxin levels with inborn errors of metabolism such as galactosemia, hyperlipidemia, porphyria, hemochromatosis, and related conditions; examples of endogenous toxins that appear to be associated with acquired diseases or animal disease models, including hepatic injury, asthma, rheumatism, colorectal cancer, reperfusion diseases, neurodegeneration, and aging; and nutritional and pharmacologic therapeutics that have been proposed for decreasing endogenous toxins.
Some of the other reported effects for plant or plant constituents include hepatoprotective effect against ethanol-induced rat hepatic injury (Pramyothin, P.
Patients with hepatic injury treated at hospitals included in this study.
1% patients had raised liver enzymes indicative of "malarial hepatitis" due to direct hepatic injury by the parasite.
This test is based on the fact that PCM induced hepatotoxicity causes enhancement of sleeping time due to hepatic injury as barbiturate metabolism is delayed and excretion is slowed.
In an era where the expected survival for HIV-infected persons has nearly reached that of healthy individuals [9], the right interpretation of liver enzyme elevation is crucial as it helps to define patients at risk of developing severe hepatic injury.