Department of Community Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Megohm Institute of Medical Science (Deemed to be University), Sawangi (Meghe), India


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    A Review Article: CRP as a Prognosis Factor from Day 1 to Day 6 in COVID-19 Patient
    Author(s): Shivangee* and Sonali Choudhary

    Introduction: Coronavirus SARS COV-2 has emerged as a global health issue with high fatality rates. Since there is no particular identifiable cure to this yet, precaution prevention and analyzing risk factors could only help to determine the mortality risk in individuals and curtail the effect of disease. How to reduce the spread and control disease mortality is major concern. One of the reliable biomarker till date is C reactive protein C reactive protein is an inflammatory marker formed by liver during any inflammation due to bacteria, virus, and fungus. Usually the levels in normal body are low around. Background: This process of inflammation is succeeded by process of healing which as a response produces acute phase reactant “one of which is CRP. It is easily available, inexpensive, easy to obtain marker for study. It can be classified based on their concentration in serum a.. Read More»

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