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What is High C Reactive Protein



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C-reactive protein, also known as PCR, is a protein present in the blood that has its high concentrations mainly in inflammatory or infectious processes, and is usually one of the first indicators to be raised in a blood test. This protein is produced by the liver and can be used to assess the possibility of some infection, inflammatory processes and indicate a person's risk of developing cardiovascular disease