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Assessment of risk factors and complications of liver diseases in a tertiary care hospital

Author: I.NEELAM , V.ANIROOP , K.GRACE DOROTHY, M.S. HARIKA, CH. RAMYA SRI
Abstract: Aim: To assess the risk factors and complications of liver disease in a tertiary care hospital with the main objectives of identifying the relation between liver disease and its risk factors, smoking, alcohol consumption and obesity. Methods: A prospective observational study was conducted in a tertiary care hospital from August 2018 to February 2019. The data was collected with the consent of the patient from the case sheets and also by personally questioning the patient regarding the social habits, previous medical and medication history. The results of the data were obtained by performing statistical analysis of the study using Chi-square test. Results: From the study it is observed that the prevalence of liver disease was more in males (89%) than in females (11%). The study also suggests that the risk of developing the cirrhosis of liver is more in smokers (52%) than in nonsmokers (31%). The study clearly depicts that obese and overweight individuals are at an increased risk of developing the liver disease compared to the normal individuals.
Keyword: Liver disease, Cirrhosis of liver, Obese.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.209
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