- hepato- + toxicity. (Wiktionary)
“Direct-acting pressors have their action extracellularly at postsynaptic receptors. 4 The evaluation of liver function at initial presentation andfour tosix weeks following recovery is recommended, although the incidence of hepatotoxicity following acute overdose is rare. 5 Caution should be exercised in the use of sedative/hypnotics for CNS excitation because of synergistic depressant effects during overdose.”
“Several patients have been described who survived severe CNS depression, only to suffer severe acetaminophen hepatotoxicity due to unrecognized toxic acetaminophen levels.”
“Other warnings include hepatotoxicity or liver damage, effects on blood pressure and bleeding.”
“The most serious adverse effects cases, admittedly rare, are uncontrolled hypertension, hepatotoxicity liver toxicity or suicide.”
“There is extensive evidence that hepatotoxicity liver toxicity caused by acetaminophen use may result from lack of consumer awareness that acetaminophen can cause severe liver injury," the working group report said.”
“However, when excessive doses of acetaminophen are taken, hepatotoxicity can occur.”
“The hepatotoxicity of carbon tetrachloride is greatly enhanced by the presence of isopropanol.”
“The hepatotoxicity of an insecticide formulation containing both can be equivalent to the sum of the hepatotoxicity of both.”
“The hepatotoxicity of a combination of ethanol and carbon tetrachloride is much greater than the sum of the hepatotoxicity of each.”
“AQP9, thereby explaining the hepatotoxicity of the compound.”
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