Publications

PHES scores have limited impact on the risk of overt HE in patients with minimal HE

Gairing SJ, Mangini C, Zarantonello L, Jonasson E, Danneberg S, Sultanik P, Galle PR, Gioia S, Labenz J, Lok AS, Marquardt JU, Lauridsen MM, Bloom PP, Thabut D, Nardelli S, Montagnese S, Labenz C Hepatol Commun Background: Minimal hepatic encephalopathy, defined by the portosystemic hepatic encephalopathy score (PHES), is associated with a higher risk of subsequent […]

Letter to the Editor: Health warning for humble writers, distracted reviewers and naive readers

Amodio P, Huang CH, Montagnese S Hepatology Full text

No Solid Reasons Not to Measure Ammonia

Amodio P, Montagnese S Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol Full Text

Overt Hepatic Encephalopathy: More Than Meets the Eye

Erminelli D, Mangini C, Zarantonello L, Angeli P, Montagnese S Am J Gastroenterol Introduction: We aimed to assess the reliability of a qualitative approach to overt hepatic encephalopathy (OHE) diagnosis compared with the semiquantitative, and recommended one. Methods: The above 2 methods were compared in 411 outpatients (71% males, 60 ± 10 years, model for end-stage liver […]

Personalising circadian hygiene educational initiatives aimed at university students-“He who has ears to hear, let him hear”

Giusti G, Domenie ED, Zarantonello L, Mangini C, Ferrari P, Costa R, Montagnese S J Sleep Res The aim of the present study was to characterise “early drop-outs” (n = 3185) out of a group of university students (n = 7766) engaged in an ongoing circadian education initiative, to evaluate its efficacy and direct its […]