BACKGROUND Hyponatremia of patients with cirrhosis ascites are rather common in clinical, but neglect to make a diagnosis and treatment. CASE REPORT 83 cases(65%) of hyponatremia among the 128 patients with cirrhosis ascites were investigated. The degree of liver function Child Pugh A were 44 cases, natremia (131 8±1 7)mmol/L;
Eighty-two cases ill with ascites due to cirrhosis and with hyponatremia were analysed, and among them, 35 cases' blood sodium levels were 131 ~ 135mmol/L, 27 Casesl were 126 ~ 130 mmol/L, 20casesl≤125mmol/L.
Conclusion: High serum bilirubin ,low albumin of ascites and PMN of ascites were dangerous factors of hepatocirrhosis ascites with spontaneous bacillary peritonitis, and it may be a experiment index in forepart diagnosing and treating hepatocirrhosis ascites with spontaneous bacillary peritonitis.
TIPS is more effective than large-volume paracentesis in controlling refractory cirrhotic ascites, with possibly a slight survival benefit but also increased encephalopathy.
Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is a common complication of cirrhotic ascites.
Fibronectin, plasminogen,α2-macroglobulin,α1-protease inhibitor, antithrombin-III, and albumin revealed higher concentrations or activities in malignant ascites than in cirrhotic ascites.
In malignant ascites fibronectin concentration was only correlated withα1-protease inhibitor concentration but not with the concentration or activity of all other proteins, while in cirrhotic ascites most proteins revealed a positive correlation.
Prediction of diuretic mobilization of cirrhotic ascites by pretreatment fractional sodium excretion