Impfung bei ZirrhoseImpfempfehlungen bei Patienten mit chronischen LeberkrankheitenDiese Empfehlungen für Erwachsene Patientinnen und Patienten mit chronischen Lebererkrankungen als Ergänzung zum Schweizer Impfplan 2023
EOS focal liver lesionsAssessment of focal liver lesions in non-cirrhotic liverexpert opinion statement by the Swiss Association for the Study of the Liver and the Swiss Society of Gastroenterology
Outbreak 2022 of acute non A-E hepatitis in childrenSASL Expert-Communication: Children with acute Hepatitis non A-EClinical signs include jaundice (74%), vomiting (73%), acholic stools (58%), fatigue (56%), diarrhea (49%), nausea (40%), fever (30%), and respiratory symptoms (20%). Case definition: The accepted definition of a probable case is a patient < 16 years with
Chronic hepatitis CSASL-SSI Expert Opinion Statement on the Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C - January 2021 UpdateSASL-SSI Expert Opinion Statement
SARS-CoV-2 pandemicRecommendations for patients with chronic liver disease or liver transplanted persons Frequently asked questions about the liver and the Coronavirus infection
La pandémie de SRAS-CoV-2Recommandations pour les patients atteints d'une maladie chronique du foie ou les sujets transplantéFoire aux questions sur le foie et l'infection à coronavirus
SARS-CoV-2 PandemieEmpfehlungen für Patienten mit chronischer Lebererkrankung sowie für lebertransplantierte Patienten SASL-Swiss hepatitis Empfehlungen zur SARS-CoV-2 Pandemie
SARS-CoV-2 pandemiaRaccomandazioni per i pazienti con malattie croniche del fegato o persone trapiantate durante la panSASL-Swiss hepatitis raccomandazioni
Hepatocellular CarcinomaManagement of hepatocellular carcinoma: SASL expert opinion statementThis expert opinion statement by the Swiss Association for the Study of the Liver reviews the current state of HCC management and provides recommendations adapted to the health care environment in Switzerland.
GeneralExpert Opinion StatementsGuideline for authors of expert opinion statements
Focal liver lesionsSASL form for standardized representation of focal lesions (by Pietro Majno and Laura Rubbia-Brandt)This form should be used as an addition to the routine US, CT or MRI reports and kept in patient charts.