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Patient Counseling for Chronic Liver Disease patients with Anxiety and Depression: a cross-sectional study

Vinod Kumar Mugada,Keerthi Chandana Veera,Jaya Divya Paravada.


Abstract

Anxiety and depression were interlinked with the severity of liver diseases. Patients should be made aware of their true severity of the disease and should be provided with detailed patient counseling. This was a cross-sectional study carried out on 100 patients suffering from chronic liver disease. Child Turcotte Pugh score was used to calculate the severity of the disease. Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale was used to calculate the anxiety and depression of patients. Non-parametric tests are used to find out the association. The level of significance was p

Key words: Child Pugh Score, chronic liver disease, anxiety, depression, counseling, deaddiction






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