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View Poll Results: regarding cut-off levels of c-reactive protein, which of the following is FALSE?
levels above 10 mg/l indicate a high risk of death 0 0%
levels above 3 mg/l is a good marker for the combined endpoints of death, myocardial infarction, restenosis, and new coronary events 2 28.57%
there is no benefit of the hs-CRP assay in patients with acute coronary syndromes 4 57.14%
levels below 3 mg/l have been shown consistently to be associated with a low risk of events 1 14.29%
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Old September 1st, 2002, 13:54
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regarding cut-off levels of c-reactive protein, which of the following is FALSE?

the FALSE answer is that there is no benefit of measuring high sensitivity CRP levels in patients with acute coronary syndromes.
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