Stratifies NAFLD Patients And Diagnoses NASH and NASH cirrhosis

Diagnoses NASH and NASH cirrhosis with LIVERFASt™

LIVERFASt™ is a blood-based test that provides a complete liver assessment and diagnosis for fibrosis, cirrhosis, activity and steatosis from early to late NASH stages.

LIVERFASt™ Identifies NAFLD Among Patients With MetS

The median scores of LIVERFASt™ tests increase with the number of MetS factors.

LIVERFASt™ stratifies NAFLD according to fibrosis stage and activity and steatosis grades.

LIVERFASt™ performs similarly for patients with obesity and diabetes.

Reliable Results Compared To Elastography

LIVERFASt™ provides reliable results in patients with conditions where liver stiffness measurement by elastography could not:

  • Severe obesity (risk of failure of elastography)
  • Severe steatosis (risk of overestimation of liver stiffness)
  • Significant liver cytolysis upper than 3 times ULN (risk of overestimation of liver stiffness)

LIVERFASt™ Outperforms Other Standards Of Care

LIVERFASt™ provides higher accuracy for cirrhosis in both diabetic and non-diabetic patients:

For severe fibrosis and cirrhosis:

  • Performed comparably to elastography with better applicability and no failure​
  • Outperformed FIB-4 in the identification of cirrhosis and severe fibrosis in Type 2 Diabetes NAFLD patients.

For early fibrosis:

  • Better performance than elastography without bias from inflammatory activity and steatosis​.

For steatosis:

  • Better grading of steatosis than liver ultrasound and controlled attenuation parameter (CAP).

LIVERFASt™ Has Similar Accuracy To Transient Elastography For Cirrhosis Diagnosis But With Better Applicability

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