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《International Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine》 2007-01
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Relationships between serum C-reactive protein levels and severity of cerebral infarction

JIANG Yue, ZHOU Dunrong. ICU,The People's Hospital of Yangjiang City,Gugngdong Province 529500  
Objective To investigate the relationships between serum C-reactive protein levels and severity of cerebral infarction. Methods The serum CRP and NSE levels of 92 cerebral infarction patients who were observed at two different time were measured: one within 7 days and the other in 2 weeks later. The 96 normal people was used as control group. Results (1) The levels of CRP in cerebral infarction patients were markedly higher than that of control group (P0.05). (2) There was an obvious corelationships between the size of infarct and the level of CRP and NSE. Conclusion CRP can be a sensitive markers of the patients with cerebral infarction.
【CateGory Index】: R743.33
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