C-reactive protein for differential diagnosis of sepsis and systemic inflammatory response syndrome

@inproceedings{Yachnyk2015CreactivePF,
  title={C-reactive protein for differential diagnosis of sepsis and systemic inflammatory response syndrome},
  author={I. M. Yachnyk},
  year={2015}
}
C-reactive protein (CRP) is an acute-phase protein found in the blood, which is synthesized by the liver in response to systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) of infectious or non-infectious genesis, mainly due to the influence of interleukin-6. The role of this protein is to facilitate the removal of microorganisms and necrotic tissue by activating cell-mediated cytotoxic cascades. It causes the intense interest in CRP as a marker of sepsis and its complications.The objective of the… CONTINUE READING

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