Treatment of liver


General symptoms: Uncharacteristic (nausea, vomiting, belching, weight loss, fatigue, malaise), clear signs of liver failure and complications (jaundice, accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, dark urine, yellow chair painted over) are manifested later.  Breast enlargement, reduce hair growth, atrophy of the gonads, infertility occur in men, while  women suffer from menstrual disorders. The palms are painted red. Star-like changes appear on neck, face, chest and arms  (the result of dilation of arterioles). During the disease progression hepatic coma occurs (an altered state of consciousness, changes in speech, drowsiness, orientation inability).

Less common causes: Autoimmune processes, drugs and toxins, chronic inflammation of the bile duct, parasites, right heart failure, genetic metabolic disorders (hemochromatosis, Wilson’s disease, Glicogenosis, galactosemia, porphyries …).

NOVA VITA treatment We use a synergetic approach, combining the relevant therapy presacribed by the clasic medicine and immunotherapy consisting of natural substances and nourishment , developed in cooperation with eminent  scientific research institutions, very successfully used in our clinic.

Under clinical conditions the treatment takes  2-4 weeks

NOVA VITA  Results For the last ten years, we had a large number of patients with liver cirrhosis, usually in terminal stage.

Upon statistical data processing on a sample of 600 patients, we have achieved serious results in 93% of the cases. These results mean the total liver regeneration in this number of patients.


Cirrhosis is a chronic, progressive disease of the liver caused by viral infection (the virus C and hepatitis B).  It is characterized by the development of collagen and connective tissue, as well as necrosis of liver cells, which leads to global failure of the liver.Less common causes are usually autoimmune or chronic inflammation processes of the bile duct, drugs and toxins, parasites, right heart failure, genetic metabolic disorders (cemohromatosis, Wilson’s disease, Glico enosis, galactosemia, porphyry …).

Diagnosis: Laboratory (transaminases and bilirubin increase; gamma globulin, albumin decrease; anaemia, high indicators of hepatocyte necrosis-GT, coagulation factors, viral markers, ceruloplasmin, alpha-1-antitrypsin). The definitive diagnosis is made by biopsy.

Conventional Treatment: Discontinuation of alcohol, hygiene and diet regime, calorie, balanced diet, rich in vitamins, amino acid infusion, fructose, and vitamins. Moderate physical activity, reduced medication intake.


Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to alcoholic liver disease. The disease has three stages: fatty liver. alcoholic hepatitis and alcoholic cirrhosis.

Fatty liver: develops shortly after the use of alcohol, characterized by enlarged liver with a high transaminases value (AST, ALT).

Alcoholic hepatitis: It varies from asymptomatic forms to severe insufficiency accompanied with jaundice. The disease is characterized by nausea, vomiting, fever, jaundice, enlarged liver, elevated transaminases and bilirubin, accompanied by a fall of blood sugar level, and the decline of the electrolytes (magnesium, phosphorus).  Drugs metabolism is changed, the prognosis is poor.

Alcoholic cirrhosis: is characterized by nausea, fatigue, morning vomiting, diarrhea, loss of weight, dull pain under the right costal margin. Disease progression may lead to disturbances of consciousness, coma, bleeding from varicose veins, esophagus and hemoroidalnog plexus, and the accumulation of fluid in the abdomen (ascites).

Diagnosis: clinical exam, laboratory (serum transaminases, bilirubin, complete blood counts with biochemistry, electrolyte levels), abdominal ultrasound, liver biopsy.

Conventional Treatment: complete cessation of alcohol consumption, correction of metabolic disorders. Calorie balanced diet, rich in vitamins and proteins.