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Administering Geriatric Pneumonia Cases without Waiting for CRP Results, is It Practicable?
Journal of Contemporary Medicine
Aim: C-reactive protein (CRP) is a notable marker of many diseases. Accordingly, in most cases, the clinical management of infectious diseases is revised based on CRP alterations. This study thus attempted to predict CRP alterations via immature granulocyte count (IGC) and nucleated red blood cell count (NRBC) in a geriatric population with pneumonia. Materials and Methods: We carried out our study in the intensive care unit of a private hospital by retrospectively reviewing the laboratorydoi:10.16899/jcm.955434 fatcat:ykcol75vlfe3hiujwdfii2yxhe