CRP


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CRP

abbr.
1. carbon-reinforced plastic
2. C-reactive protein

CRP

(in India) abbreviation for
(Law) Central Reserve Police

CRP

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) C-reactive protein; a chemical in the blood that can be measured to indicate inflammation in the body and a person's risk of suffering a heart attack

CRP

C-reactive protein.
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Noun1.CRP - a byproduct of inflammation; a globulin that is found in the blood in some cases of acute inflammation
serum globulin - globulins occurring in blood serum and containing most of the antibodies of the blood
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"Agricultural producers with expiring CRP contracts have set aside land to reduce soil erosion, improve water quality, provide habitat for wildlife and boost soil health for at least a decade," said U.S.
The review included randomised controlled trials that investigated garlic in any form (raw, aged, powder, tablet and capsule) and CRP. Studies were excluded if they were not randomised or did not have a control group, lacked enough data for statistical pooling or did not report CRP values.
In this study, using established genetic variants that determine CRP level, we performed an MR to investigate the causal role of CRP in AAA.
CRP is known to be higher in people with impaired glucose tolerance and frank diabetes.
CRP apheresis [7] using the CRP adsorber (PentraSorb[R] CRP) within C-reactive Protein Apheresis in Acute Myocardial Infarction (CAMI-1) trial [8] was performed 34 h and 58 h after the onset of symptoms.
The mean CRP value of RA patients was 8.44 +- 4.28mg/l i.e.
The cutoff level for CRP was considered as 150 mg/dL in the present article (2), and this level was used in other reports including Vinish et al.
There are no CRP assays cleared with a waived status in the US at the time of this publication.
Results: Serum CRP levels were high in majority of patients with a mean value of about 21.77 mg/L with a standard deviation of +- 16.44.
Average CRP levels declined in association with rising zinc concentrations.