Pharmacy team leader in liver services at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Liver impairment: ensuring medicines safetySubscription
How liver disease can affect absorption and excretion and the clinical consequences for common medicines.
Hepatitis C: Clinical features and diagnosisSubscription
Hepatitis C is a global health problem and around 3% of the population are believed to carry the virus. Its long-term sequelae include cirrhosis, end-stage liver disease and primary liver cancer and it is the most common reason for liver transplantation in Europe and North America.
Hepatitis C infection affects some 170 million people worldwide. Its long-term sequelae are numerous and include cirrhosis, with end-stage liver failure, and cancer. This article looks at the clinical features, progression and diagnosis of hepatitis C infection
Hepatitis C: managementSubscription