Acute Liver Failure in Children

Acute Liver Failure in Children

In children, the most common clinical presentations of ALF are progressive jaundice, lack of appetite, malaise, viral prodrome, vomiting, and abdominal pain. The disease requires close monitoring and immediate transfer to a higher-level care center that can quickly and judiciously deploy cardiorespiratory and liver support systems. Let's have a deeper look on various aspects of detecting liver disease in children.

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