Dr Fatima Suraj, Dr Adila Farrukh, Dr Amna Tariq
Objective of the study: The basic aim of the study is to find the level of micronutrients in hepatitis patients. Methodology of the study: This cross-sectional study was conducted at Lahore General Hospital, Lahore during March 2019 to December 2019. The study was conducted according to the rules and regulations of concerned committee. The data were collected from 100 patients of both genders. Detailed history was taken from all patients with special reference to duration of hepatitis, mode of infection, previous history of jaundice, HBV or HCV infection. A thorough clinical examination was carried out and stigmata of chronic liver disease, hepatosplenomegaly, ascites, etc. if present were noted. Results: The demographic values of patient group and control group shows a significant difference. The data suggest clearly that CD4 count decreases in abnormal liver function. The results shown the table 02 demonstrates the multiple comparison of micronutrients level among patients and normal group. There was non-significant relationship present in diseased group treated with different therapies like interferon and glutathione as as p<0.05. The level of micronutrients become decreases in diseased group. Conclusion: It is concluded that hepatitis directly increases the liver enzymes even after receiving medication and other therapies.