An expert system is used by FibroMeter to identify abnormal profiles and increase diagnostic accuracy. FibroMeter may be utilised for individuals who may be at risk of problems and to support liver biopsy results, even if liver biopsy is still the standard treatment option for patients with...
An expert system is used by FibroMeter to identify abnormal profiles and increase diagnostic accuracy. FibroMeter may be utilised for individuals who may be at risk of problems and to support liver biopsy results, even if liver biopsy is still the standard treatment option for patients with chronic liver disease.
a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that assesses the degree of liver fibrosis using blood biomarkers and patient demographic data.
A rules-based method validates high diagnostic accuracy
No interruption from those suffering from hemolysis or Gilbert illness (e.g., induced by ribavirin)
An affordable substitute for FibroSURE
Using predetermined sets of markers, each FibroMeter test has been specifically created for the primary specialised aetiologies.
The three primary causes of liver disease are covered by the FibroMeter range.
The severity of liver fibrosis is evaluated using the Viral FibroMeter® (FibroMeter® V). It has been created especially for individuals with coinfections as well as those with chronic viral infections.
In individuals with metabolic steatopathy, a FibroMeter® NAFLD assesses the degree of liver fibrosis.
Describe the FibroMeter ALCOHOL.
Patients suffering from alcoholic liver disease have their liver fibrosis staged using a FibroMeter® Alcohol.
Describe FibroMeter VCTE.
It evaluates the degree of liver fibrosis in people who have metabolic steatosis as well as people who have chronic viral hepatitis (B, C) with or without HIV coinfection.
The findings of the following blood parameters are combined with the patient's clinical information (age, gender), creating the FibroMeterTM:
The FibroMeterTM scores fibrosis to determine whether it is present. The score, which ranges from 0 to 1, indicates the likelihood that the patient will have substantial fibrosis (METAVIR stage F2 or higher). It is shown together with a classification that corresponds to the patient's alleged METAVIR stage.
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FibroMeter Virus (Pathology Test)
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