Identifying residents with cirrhosis and cirrhotic complications (including hepatic encephalopathy) and managing their care according to evidence-based guidelines may reduce their risk of further complications and cirrhosis-related readmissions. Implementation of quality improvement measures, when combined with an educational program and standardized order set, may improve the quality of care.1Register Now
This site may help you identify and manage long-term care residents with cirrhosis and cirrhotic complications, including hepatic encephalopathy.
Reference: 1. Johnson EA, Spier BJ, Leff JA, Lucey MR, Said A. Optimizing the care of patients with cirrhosis and gastrointestinal hemorrhage: a quality improvement study. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2011;34:76–82.