Wednesday 13:40-14:10, Hall 4 Silent Symposia

This symposium will focus on management approaches and challenges, together with how healthcare professionals can detect potential revolving door patients and apply management strategies to reduce the burden on hospital resource.  During the presentation data from the real-world evidence study IMPRESS II will be presented to support the  case that treating earlier and for longer may improve QoL, long term survival and impact on hospital resource for patients with HE.

Speaker and chair will be Dr Edward Britton, Consultant Hepatologist, Liverpool University hospitals  NHS Foundation Trust

  13:40 2 minWelcome and introductionDr Edward Britton Liverpool University hospitals  NHS Foundation Trust, UK
  13.42  10minAn overview of survival for patients with HE
Why it is important to keep patients out of hospitals?
How to identify appropriate HE patients and applying management strategies to reduce the burden on hospital resource
Dr Edward Britton Liverpool University hospitals  NHS Foundation Trust, UK
  13.52 15minPresent the findings from the IMPRESS II study for long term survival and impact on hospital resource
How IMPRESS II may impact longer term management  
Dr Edward Britton Liverpool University hospitals  NHS Foundation Trust, UK
  14.07 3 min   3 key actions to change current practice to consider   Dr Edward Britton Liverpool University hospitals  NHS Foundation Trust, UK
14.10  CloseDr Edward Britton Liverpool University hospitals  NHS Foundation Trust, UK