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Ðề tài: What is hsCRP? (Group 3 Swim or Sink)

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    hs CRP ( high sensitive C_reactive protein)
    There are two different tests for CRP. The standard test measures a much wider range of CRP levels but is less sensitive in the lower ranges. The hs-CRP test can more accurately detect lower concentrations of the protein (it is more sensitive), which makes it more useful than the CRP test in predicting a healthy person's risk for cardiovascular disease.
    hs-CRP is promoted by some as a test for determining the potential risk level for cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, and strokes. The current thinking is that hs-CRP can play a role in the evaluation process before one encounters one of these health problems. More clinical trials that involve measuring hs-CRP levels are currently underway in an effort to better understand its role in cardiovascular events and may eventually lead to guidelines on its use in screening and treatment decisions.
    When is it ordered?
    hs-CRP usually is ordered as one of several tests in a cardiovascular risk profile, often along with tests for cholesterol and triglycerides. Some experts say that the best way to predict risk is to combine a good marker for inflammation, like hs-CRP, along with the lipid profile.
    People with higher hs-CRP values have the highest risk of cardiovascular disease, and those with lower values have less of a risk. Specifically, individuals who have hs-CRP results in the high end of the normal range have 1.5 to 4 times the risk of having a heart attack as those with hs-CRP values at the low end of the normal range.
    The American Heart Association and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have defined risk groups as follows:

    Low risk: less than 1.0 mg/L
    Average risk: 1.0 to 3.0 mg/L
    High risk: above 3.0 mg/L
    These values are only a part of the total evaluation process for cardiovascular diseases. Additional risk factors to be considered are elevated levels of cholesterol, LDL-C, triglycerides, and glucose. In addition, smoking, having high blood pressure (hypertension), and being diabetic also increase the risk level.

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    Hiện nay các chỉ định xét nghiệm CRP ở DKTW Cần Thơ đều được thay bằng CRPhs. Chẳng hạn, ở khoa Nội Phổi-Thận bệnh nhân viêm phổi được chỉ định làm luôn CRPhs, mặc dù trong phác đồ của Nội Phổi-Thận đề nghị là CRP. Anh chị nào biết tại sao có thể trả lời dùm em được không? Thành thật cảm ơn.

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