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Nr. 23(3)/2015 DOI:10.1515/rrlm-2015-0034
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Early serum procalcitonin, but not C reactive protein, might improve the prediction of sepsis in multiple trauma patients. A prospective observational study

Sebastian Trancă, Cristina Laura Petrişor, Adriana Slavcovici, Mihai Mărginean, Natalia Hagãu


Abstract:

This is a Letter to Editor, therefore no abstract is included.

Received: 29.4.2015
Accepted: 30.8.2015
Published: 14.9.2015

 
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Trancă S, Petrişor CL, Slavcovici A, Mărginean M, Hagãu N. Early serum procalcitonin, but not C reactive protein, might improve the prediction of sepsis in multiple trauma patients. A prospective observational study. Rev Romana Med Lab. 2015;23(3):347-50. DOI:10.1515/rrlm-2015-0034