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Lessons Learned From Lockdown: Viral Hepatitis–Related Liver Disease in the COVID-19 Era
  • CME
  • CE

Robert G. Gish, MD
Released: January 10, 2022
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Introduction

This Clinical Focus module will center on lessons learned on the interplay of COVID-19 and viral hepatitis–related liver disease. We will look at COVID-19 risk and outcomes in patients with chronic liver disease (CLD) and expert guidance on the management of such patients. Finally, we will discuss vaccine recommendations for our patients with immune suppression, and the lessons we have learned from managing liver disease and COVID-19 using telemedicine during the pandemic.

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