Cirrhosis is a late-stage liver disease in which/ advanced stage of scaring and conditions, such as hepatitis and chronic alcoholism. This disease is a condition in which your liver is scarred and permanently damaged. Scar tissue replaces healthy liver tissue and prevents your liver from working normally. Irreversible change in the normal liver tissue results in the degeneration of functioning liver cells and their replacement with fibrous connective tissue. In the present study, the risk assessment in alcoholic patients is assessed using laboratory data. Other biochemical parameters and severity are assessed using the child-pugh score. In the present study, 98 patients were identified of which 8 patients were excluded due to various reasons, and 90 patients’ data were analyzed. In order to assess the risk of cirrhosis in alcoholic patients, we used the cpugh score for assessing the severity and survival rate of subjects. A total of 90 patients were enrolled in this observational study. The study confirmed that more than 60 % of the subjects possess a severe risk of cirrhosis and risk factors such as age, gender, ALD, high BMI, social history family history, and encephalopathy.
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