Treatment of Acute Liver Failure in Resource-Constrained Settings without Transplantation Facilities Can Be Improved.

Authors:
Prof. Sandro Vento, MD
Prof. Sandro Vento, MD
University of Puthisastra
Dean, Faculty of Medicine
Infectious Diseases
Phnom Penh | Cambodia
Prof. Francesca Cainelli, MD
Prof. Francesca Cainelli, MD
Nazarbayev University
Associate Professor of Medicine
Infectious Diseases
Astana | Kazakhstan

Front Med (Lausanne) 2016 8;3:31. Epub 2016 Jul 8.

Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, Nazarbayev University , Astana , Kazakhstan.

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July 2016
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