Faktory podílející se na vzniku varikózního krvácení při portální hypertenzi - II. část: možný vliv poškození ledvin a malnutrice, mortalita

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Title in English Factors Participating in Development of BleedingVarices in Portal Hapertension. Part II: Possible Impact of Kidney Damage and Malnutrition, Mortality.
Authors

LATA Jan HUSOVÁ Libuše JURÁNKOVÁ J. ŠENKYŘÍK Michal DÍTĚ Petr DASTYCH Milan DASTYCH Milan KROUPA Radek

Year of publication 2004
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Vnitřní lékařství
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Informatics

Citation
Field Other specializations of internal medicine
Keywords Cirrhosis of liver - Portal hypertension - Bleeding oesophageal varices - Reanal finction - Nutrition status
Description An acute bleeding from oesophageal varices as a result of portal hypertension is a frequent and serious coplication of liver cirrhosiss. The development of oesophageal varices and their rupture depends on the portal pressure. However, a range of other factors can contribute to a development of bleeding and its negative prognosis. A sample of 46 patients admitted for the acute bleeding has been compared to 48 cirhosis pations hospitalised for other conditions in this work. Perhaps it cant be said that impaired renal functions alone increase the risk of bleeding. Therefore a care of a good renal function must be a the coplex care of bleeding patients.
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