Digital Zoom Consultation in English

Digital Zoom Consultation

Next digital consultations:
Tuesday, June 04, 2024
Tuesday, September 03, 2024
Tuesday, December 03, 2024

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Peter Schemmer, Head of the Liver Clinic Switzerland, Senior Consultant of both the Pancreas Clinic Switzerland and the Bern Visceral Surgery, Hirslanden Hospital Beau-Site, will address both general issues of the daily life with a liver disease and specific topics.

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Herbal and Dietary Supplements Induced Liver Injury: Interview with PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

Herbal and Dietary Supplements Induced Liver Injury: Interview with PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

“What is liver damage by herbal and dietary supplements (HDS)?” Dr. Jüngst makes it clear to us that HDS can also cause liver inflammation and liver damage. That is why a doctor-patient relationship of trust with a comprehensive exchange of information and personal responsibility is very important. You are welcome to report experience of this to Swissmedic.

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Herbal and Dietary Supplements Induced Liver Injury: Presentation by PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

Herbal and Dietary Supplements Induced Liver Injury: Presentation by PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

“How often is liver damage caused by herbal and dietary supplements (HDS)?” Dr Jüngst impressively describes the increase in the prevalence of liver damage caused by HDS, the frequency due to the products offered (internet), causes, diagnoses, course and therapies, as well as the difficulties of proof: That is why a report to Swissmedic is important!

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Drug-Induced Liver Injury (DILI): Interview with PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

Drug-Induced Liver Injury (DILI): Interview with PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

“What is drug-induced liver injury (DILI)?” DILI is rare, but more common than thought, as more and more studies show, Dr Jüngst confirms to us. Key for the right therapy are diagnosis, exclusion diagnosis, the DILI – prognosis (e.g. by Hy’s Law) and the determination of risk factors. It is recommended to first discuss a corresponding notification to Swissmedic with the attending physician.

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