Hepatorenal syndrome

What is Hepatorenal syndrome?

The occurrence of acute renal failure in people with disease of the liver or biliary tract, apparently due to decreased renal blood flow and conditions that damage both organs, such as carbon tetrachloride poisoning and leptospirosis.

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hi doctor.my father is suffering from hepatorenal syndrome.he is having ascites,edema.he is also a diabetic patient with thrombocytopenia.his...

doctor1 MD

Hi, I have gone through your query and understand your concern.

For hepatorenal syndrome and ascites, he must avoid salt intake to about 2-3g/day....

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My sister is in a hospital in Pueblo Co and has been diagnosed with hepatorenal syndrome. She had an emergency gallbladder surgery and has been in...

doctor1 MD

Hi there,

I'm really sorry to hear about your sister. Hepatorenal syndrome carries a significantly high risk of death. If you can somehow be a...

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what are the uses and side effects of nacfil tablets

doctor1 MD

Thanks for the query

Nacfil is acetylcysteine.
It is used as a mucolytic is wet cough and also paracetamol overdosage and also as a nephro...

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