serum C-reactive protein


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serum C-reactive protein

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Blood samples were drawn from every neonate for culture sensitivity and measurement of serum C-reactive proteins.
Smoking also caused significant increase in serum C-reactive protein concentration concomitant to decrease in magnesium concentration in the smokers.
Clinical implications of serum C-reactive protein levels in malignant fibrous histiocytoma.
Even though serum C-reactive protein level statistically correlates with the risk of coronary heart disease, adding this marker to the basic risk model doesn't improve the ability to predict incident CHD, according to Dr.
In the SARS patient group, we found that the SAA peaks and the serum concentration correlated significantly with the serum C-reactive protein concentration (Table 1), as in other infectious diseases (8).
NEW YORK -- The predictive value of the Framingham risk score could change substantially if serum C-reactive protein levels were included in the calculation.
Of people with metabolic syndrome, 35% had high systemic inflammation, as defined by a serum C-reactive protein of at least 2.
The use of serum C-reactive protein to screen for occult bacterial infection in young children in place of traditional screening tests does not significantly improve diagnostic accuracy, reported Dr.
Notes Stephensen, "Levels of serum C-reactive protein go up when you have an inflammation or infection.
The value of measurements of serum C-reactive protein (CRP), the classical acute phase reactant, for monitoring patients of all ages is well established [4].
To examine the hypothesis correlating the association of raised maternal serum C-reactive protein levels with the increased risk of preterm labour.