The Lille score makes it possible to predict the death rate of patients presenting with acute alcoholic hepatitis and put on corticosteroids.
A score > 0.45 indicates a 75% risk of death at 6 months. A score below this value indicates a risk of death of around 15%.
* In patients who have received albumin infusions, in order to avoid an artificial determination of the albumin level, it is necessary to use the albumin value available before infusion.
** The PT, if used, must be indicated in seconds.