A detailed analysis of changes in serum C-reactive protein levels in neonates treated for bacterial infection.
- Published Article
European journal of pediatrics
- Publication Date
Mar 01, 1999
In neonates with bacterial infection (defined by a combination of clinical signs and increased C-reactive protein and immature-total quotient values) no differences in the overall pattern nor in any of the particular phases of the C-reactive protein response curves could be observed between neonates with positive (n = 13) or negative blood cultures (n = 47).
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