Hepatotoxicity

What is Hepatotoxicity?

The capacity of a drug, chemical, or other exposure to produce injury to the liver. Agents with recognized hepatotoxicity include carbon tetrachloride, alcohol, dantrolene sodium, valproic acid, and isonicotinic acid hydrazide.

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Hi doctor, is kerablak cause side effects? because you said to continue the tablet for 6 months.Is there any healthy supplements to be taken to...

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Brief Answer:
Liver supplements

Detailed Answer:
Hi dear,
I have gone though your question and understand the concerns.
Kerablak tablets cause...

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Hello, my daughter might have swallowed a 650 mg paracetamol tablet. She is 28 months and 14.5 kgs. Should we take her to ER or a doctor. Thanks...

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Brief Answer:
Monitoring advisable.

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for asking on Health care magic.

The regular dose of paracetamol is 15mg/kg/dose. In...

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My husband has just commenced neo mercazole for Graves, can he Continue drinking beer? He would have at least 2 stubbies a night normally

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Brief Answer:
Both Neomercazole and alcohol can affect the liver.

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Hi welcome to Health care magic,

Both Neomercazole and alcohol...

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