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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.1

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This site may help you identify and manage long-term care residents with cirrhosis and cirrhotic complications, including hepatic encephalopathy.


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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.