Clinical Pharmacy - Liver

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True or false? Serum transaminases are poor predictors of fibrosis?
In chronic liver disease are the levels of albumin high or low?
Apart from the liver where else is alkaline phosphatase found?
Which enzyme is said to be the liver specific enzyme?
Generally yay or nay to liver biopsy?
Steatosis is also known as what?
Severe pruritis is associated with which type of acute liver disease?
Is the concentration of bile salts in the skin proportional to the severity of puritis?
AST stands for what?
Firbrosis can be caused by which drug?
ALT stands for what?
What is the antidote for acute iron poisoning?
what is viraemia?
To confirm the hepatic cause of raised ALP which other enzyme would be raised?
Which drug can cause chronic acitve hepatits?
What is the half-life of albumin?
What is the leading cause of death from liver disease in the USA?
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At what point should a drug be stopped with reference to alanine transaminase?
What is sequelae?
how long before the effects of colestytramine are seen in the treatment of pruritis?
Oesophageal varices result from what?
Jaundice is usually seen at plasma bilirubin concentrations above what? (micromol/L)
List in alphabetical order (no commas) the early symptoms of acute hepatocellular necrosis (there are 5)
What does GGT stand for?
True or false? In acute hepatitis there is no correlation between the extent of damage and the proportion LFTs are raised/lowered by?
Name an antidote for paracetamol overdose
What does TIPSS stand for?
Cholestasis results from injury to what?
Conjugated bilirubin is measured to estabolish the presence of what/
The time between starting therapy and the appearance of adverse symptoms is known as what?
What is the name of the oral formulation of vitamin K?
Hepatocellular damage, cholestasis and haemolysis can all cause an increase in what?
Give an example of a drug causing steatosis/
Diminished urine output is known as what?

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