The products/features (mentioned herein) are not commercially available in all countries. Their future availability cannot be guaranteed.
The above-described study results outline a potential application of the ELF Test for clinical trial use. For routine clinical management of patients, liver biopsy is currently the gold standard for diagnosing NASH and assessing fibrosis. The ELF Test provides prognostic information supplemental to biopsy.
In the U.S., the ELF Test is indicated as a prognostic marker in conjunction with other laboratory findings and clinical assessments in patients with advanced fibrosis (F3 or F4) due to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) to assess the likelihood of progression to cirrhosis and liver-related clinical events. The test is not for use in the diagnosis of NASH or for the staging of fibrosis.