respiratory
Cystic fibrosis

CRP levels can’t guide antibiotics in CF


C-reactive protein (CRP) levels are not a good marker of acute respiratory infections in patients with CF and will be of little use in guiding antibiotic use, a Victorian study has found. While CRP levels have been used as a marker of bacterial infection in patients with pneumonia, they don’t have the same correlation in ...

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