Liver failure Causes
Acute liver failure, fulminant hepatic failure Causes include:
1. various types of viral hepatitis. Such as A, B, C, D and E of viral hepatitis. Can also be two or more mixed or overlapping hepatitis C virus infection.
2. drug. Antipyretic analgesics such as paracetamol, Antongding, aspirin, etc.; antitubercular drugs such as Remy closure, Rifandin equality; in other areas such as halothane, methyldopa, antimony agents, arsenic trioxide, such as sulfa drugs.
3. toxic poisoning. Such as mushroom poisoning, rotten rice poisoning, carbon tetrachloride poisoning.
4. hypoxia-induced liver injury. To persist for some time, such as heart failure, shock caused by liver congestion, lack of oxygen.
5. other. Such as acute Wilson's disease and so on. Chronic liver failure: occur in chronic severe hepatitis, cirrhosis and other diseases of various types in the process.