Liver disorder prediction API helps to predict the possibility for a person to be victim of liver disorder. The API uses SVM algorithm and have an accuracy of 72 percentage.
Liver is the largest internal organ and gland – it is the one organ which directly affects the health of different systems in human body. Circulatory system and digestive system are most vulnerable to liver damage – chemical levels in blood can be learned, compared and analysed by API to predict the class of liver cirrhosis. Even if the blood tests are now more accurate than ever before, the comparison of different test results makes diagnosis of liver cirrhosis and classification of it more difficult for physicians.
API can be integrated with labs and hospitals to analyse blood results – to classify classes of liver cirrhosis and increase life expectancy of patients by proper diagnosis.
3.9 million Adults were diagnosed with liver diseases in the US in 2015, lifestyle and food intake largely affects liver health. Cirrhosis is most common liver disease and it is classified into class A, B, or C – depending on the level of bilirubin, albumin, and other such indicators. Class A has a favourable prognosis, and class C has the highest risk of death. There is no single blood test that can be used to diagnose cirrhosis, mainly three types of blood tests are done to test different enzyme levels in blood. Physician’s inspection of these tests results and for some cases, inspection of biopsy or imaging test results is compiled to determine the condition of liver. Such complicated procedure of diagnosis often makes liver cirrhosis patients more vulnerable to loss of their lives.
LIVER DISORDER PREDICTION API can predict the possibility of liver damage by comparing these variables in blood level, by examining patterns of previous liver damage records. API can also classify the condition of patient to class A, B and C – making it easier for physicians and hospitals for treatment. Automation of laboratories is a growing need in today’s world, especially for life – threatening disease detection. With increasing consumption of alcoholic beverages, liver cirrhosis related deaths are increasing year by year worldwide.