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📢It's #EASLquiz time! Discover the new case and challenge your #EASL guidelines knowledge.

https://easlcampus.eu/quiz/question/q27

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📢 #LiverTwitter, I’m delighted to be sharing good news! 🏆 My abstract was accepted for #ILC2021!

I’m looking forward to sharing my research & to connecting again with the full #liver community. Keen to join me?

➡️ Register here: http://bit.ly/ILC-2021

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Webcast description

This episode of EASL’s webcast series on COVID-19 and the liver examines the impact of the virus on patients with obesity and fatty liver disease. The panel of experts comprises Professor Sven Francque, Professor Nalu Navarro-Alvarez, Professor Luca Busetto and Professor Carolyn Bramante. Professor Busetto begins by reviewing prevalence data on COVID-19 in people with obesity or metabolic syndrome, drawing from Italian and global experiences, and describes the biological mechanisms behind increased COVID-19 severity in these populations. Professor Bramante reports on research linking fatty liver disease with severe COVID-19 and the potential for some medications to be protective against hospitalization in these patients. Professor Navarro-Alvarez describes the mechanisms behind the elevated risk of COVID-19 and the impact of metabolic syndrome. The panel addresses several aspects including the importance of visceral adiposity and systemic inflammation.

Moderator: Prof. Sven Francque
Panel:
• Prof. Luca Busetto
• Prof. Carolyn Bramante
• Prof. Nalu Navarro-Alvarez

Learning objectives

  • Learn about the prevalence of COVID-19 in people with obesity or fatty liver disease
  • Understand the mechanisms behind the elevated risk of COVID-19 and the impact of metabolic syndrome
  • Learn about medications that might prevent hospitalization of patient with fatty liver disease and severe COVID-19
  • Learn how the visceral adiposity and systemic inflammation impact COVID-19 severity

Target audience

  • Hepatologists
  • General practitioners
  • Health care professionals
  • Clinical researchers and scientists

📢It's #EASLquiz time! Discover the new case and challenge your #EASL guidelines knowledge.

https://easlcampus.eu/quiz/question/q27

#EASLcampus

📢 #LiverTwitter, I’m delighted to be sharing good news! 🏆 My abstract was accepted for #ILC2021!

I’m looking forward to sharing my research & to connecting again with the full #liver community. Keen to join me?

➡️ Register here: http://bit.ly/ILC-2021

@EASLedu @EASLnews

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