C Reactive Protein

C Reactive Protein Increase and Normal Disease – Mnemonic

C Reactive Protein Increase and Normal Disease – Mnemonic

Creactive protein (CRP) is an annular (ring-shaped), pentameric protein found in blood plasma, the levels of which rise in response to inflammation (i.e., Creactive protein is an acute-phase protein of hepatic origin that increases following interleukin-6 secretion from macrophages and T cells).

C Reactive Protein is not raised in

Please Try to remember the mnemonics –

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L = Leukaemia

U = Ulcerative colities

P = Pregnancy , Polycythemia

A = Anemia (Macrocytic)

S = SLE, Sjogren’s syndrom

H = Heart Failure

O = Old age

M = Myeloma

E = End Stage Renal Failure

C Reactive Protein is raised in

Please Try to remember the mnemonics –

CAMBRIAN

C = Connetive tissue disorder except SLE

A = Acute infection due to any virus, bacteria, fungus

M = Malignancy

B = Bacterial necrotizing infection

R = Rheumatica (Polymyalgia Rheumatica)

I = Induction of steroids

A = Acute Inflammatory Diease (Crohn’s diease, systemic vasculities, giant cell arterities)

N = Necrosis of myocardiam eg. Acute myocardial infection.

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