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LFT

Abbr. for “linear foot.”
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Kinetics of liver function test (ALT) results, tacrolimus levels, and plasma HEV RNA load with relation to ribavirin therapy.
The patient showed significant response to treatment with dramatic improvement of liver function test. A follow-up liver function test 3 months after starting anti-TB medication showed normalization of Alkaline phosphatase 91 [iU] /L along with improvement of total bilirubin of 24 umil/L and Alanine transaminase 211 [iU]/L.
As part of the routine blood investigations done, her liver function tests were done in which there was significant elevation in serum bilirubin (direct), alkaline phosphatase (ALP), and aspartate aminotransferase (serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase [SGOT]), alanine aminotransferase (ALT), (serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase [SGPT]) levels.
Given the immense number of Muslims fasting every year, this study was designed to assess the effect of the Ramadan fast on liver function tests.
Abnormal liver function tests have been observed with fluoxetine (0.5% of long-term recipients) and other SSR1s.
The continuous variables such as age and the results of liver function test (LFT) were summarized as median and interquartile range or range.
Routine liver function test monitoring is not required for all patients on isoniazid therapy for latent tuberculosis (TB) infection (strength of recommendation: B, based on case series).
A routine liver function test recorded a slightly abnormal reading but the following day there was a dramatic change in the results.
The doctor does give Joe an exam, but he's not required to administer a blood or liver function test for drugs and alcohol.
Mizuho analyst Difei Yang attributes the recent weakness in shares of Akebia Therapeutics to a disclosure on the Phase 2b study of vadadustat in its latest annual report that reads: "One subject with multiple co-morbidities and concomitant medications, including chlorthalidone, had an SAE of liver function test, or LFT, abnormal, considered a case of drug-induced liver injury meeting the biochemical criteria of Hy's Law, which was assessed as probably related to vadadustat." The new key piece of info here relates to the linkage of this serious adverse event to Hy's Law, Yang tells investors in a research note.
Alterations of liver function test indices of filling station workers with respect of genetic polymorphisms of GSTM1 and GSTT1.