As you know Cirrhosis (liver damage) is a serious condition that destroys healthy liver tissue, leaving scar tissue that can block the flow of blood through the liver. Cirrhosis progresses slowly, gradually causing the liver to stop functioning.
Cirrhosis cannot be cured, but treatment can slow the condition’s progress.
Since he had developed cirrhosis and complications. Treatment for cirrhosis cannot reverse liver damage, but it can stop or slow progression of the disease and reduce complications.
Such rises in bilirubin in the setting of cirrhosis result from acute decompensation, which is caused by many factors like natural progression of the disease, acute on chronic hepatitis or hepatoceellular carcinoma.
As he is already taking diuretics (to reduce ascites and edema and other supportive treatment). and surely cutting alcohol. Now first step would be to find the cause of this rise in bilirubin for which tests for acute hepatitis, USG abdomen or CAT scan abdomen for carcinomas.
The definite treatment is transplantation
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