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The USPIs for VIEKIRA PAK and TECHNIVIE were updated following post-marketing reports of hepatic decompensation
and hepatic failure, including liver transplantation or fatal outcomes, in patients receiving AbbVie's HCV treatment, with or without RBV.
Eight months after onset of the patient's condition, marked hepatic decompensation
occurred (online Technical Appendix Figure), culminating in esophageal variceal hemorrhage.
In addition to providing some classroom instruction to inmates housed in segregation, the current technology of MP3 players would be utilized as a safe, secure and cost-effective vehicle to deliver programs to inmates and to prevent mental decompensation
A clinical diagnosis of sputum retention contributing to decompensation
was made by the attending intensivist who decided to perform a bronchoscopy to clear retained secretions before starting noninvasive ventilation and to avoid endotracheal intubation.
Azotemia or anemia on admission predicted an increased risk for such decompensation
among the 71 who had dementia with behavioral disturbance.
He deteriorated markedly, and was hospitalized with decompensation
and acute exacerbations of symptoms, including Hypotension (70/40).
In a 77-year-old man who developed corneal oedema after a rapid ascent to 3 800 m, the limited adaptive reserve of the diseased endothelium to hypoxia was suggested to have caused the decompensation
These findings may be important with regard to prevention of progressive metabolic decompensation
and cardiovascular disease associated with obesity and the metabolic syndrome.
They consider the anatomy and physiology, intracranial pressure, pathogenesis, decompensation
, paraclinical explorations, an intracranial hypertension classification, differential diagnosis, evolution (course) and prognosis, treatment, and intracranial hypotension.
Serious cardiac events during pregnancy included two cases of decompensation
, and two other decompensation
episodes that required resuscitation during delivery Right ventricular dysfunction progressed in five patients.
Knowing this, there are many confounding variables that may have led to the altered potassium level such as dehydration from vomiting (leading to potassium loss through the stomach), that can cause bradycardia as decompensation
from shock; or over-replacement of potassium-rich IV fluids that would lead to tachycardia from volume overload.