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CRP blood test is used to measure the amount of c-reactive protein in blood which is related to inflammation in the body. Watch as Dr. Ankush describes about C-Reactive protein test, its normal range and what information can be obtained from the results. CRP Test prices in India: https://www.medifee.com/tests/crp-cost/
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Cardiovascular Inflammation tests pt3: C Reactive Protein - according to wikipedia - "an annular pentameric protein...acute phase reactant...". Basically it is a ring-shaped, 5 part protein. When the immune system starts to gear up, interleukin 6 is released by monocytes and t cells. The liver releases CRP as a response to the interleukin 6 response. Here's why I tell patients to ignore CRP: it's good for marking general inflammation, but not cardiovascular inflammation. Unless the other markers are elevated, I would interpret a lone CRP elevation as a recent viral illness. About Dr. Brewer - Ford Brewer is a physician that started as an Emergency Doctor. After seeing too many patients coming in dead from early heart attacks, he went to Johns Hopkins to learn Preventive Medicine. He went on the run the post-graduate training program (residency) in Preventive Medicine at Hopkins. From there, he made a career of practicing and managing preventive medicine and primary care clinics. His later role in this area was Chief Medical Officer for Premise, which has over 500 primary care/ prevention clinics. He was also the Chief Medical Officer for MDLIVE, the second largest telemedicine company. More recently, he founded PrevMed, a heart attack, stroke, and diabetes prevention clinic. At PrevMed, we focus on heart attack and stroke and Type 2 diabetes prevention by reducing or eliminating risk through attentive care and state-of-the-art genetic testing, imaging, labs and telemedicine options. We serve patients who have already experienced an event as well as those have not developed a diagnosis or event. Our team of senior clinicians includes internationally recognized leaders in the research and treatment of cardiovascular disease, preventive medicine and wellness. We also provide preventive medicine by telemedicine technology to over 30 states. Contact Dr. Brewer at email@example.com or visit http://prevmedheartrisk.com. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "A new test for heart attack/stroke risk; PULS - the test we've been seeking? unstable plaque test? " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nCofPbwa8A -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Immune System Hacks: How Inflammation is Measured- Thomas DeLauer: We deserve to know how inflammation affects us. This quick educational piece will teach you! Learn more at http://www.thomasdelauer.com Inflammation is the body’s response to injury and infections and is essential in healing. This is how the immune system responds and delivers white blood cells and other things essential for getting well. When we have chronic inflammation, however, this becomes a problem. Chronic inflammation can lead to other diseases and can also be a signal of conditions in the body. But how can you know if you have chronic inflammation in the body? It is not always as obvious as bloating, and even when it is, the cause and treatment may not be clear. When a part of your body is inflamed that inflamed tissue will release extra proteins into your blood. These extra proteins can be found in blood tests and are known as inflammation markers. 3 common tests for increased protein: ESR, CRP and PV- ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate): A blood sample is taken and treated with a chemical so that the red blood cells will fall away from the clear liquid plasma. The rate at which the red blood cells fall is measured. When certain proteins are present they will cause the red blood cells to stick together and fall more quickly. Thus a high ESR rate shows that there is inflammation somewhere in the body. CRP (C-reactive protein): CRP is a substance that is produced in the liver. More CRP is produced when there is inflammation in the body. Increased CRP is tied to the increase of one specific protein and is thus a bit more specific than an ESR, but still does not reveal what condition specifically is causing the inflammation. PV (plasma viscosity): Similar to ESR, but used specifically for rheumatoid arthritis Evaluation of these tests over time acts as a signal to a doctor, and provides additional information about inflammation. ESR and PV change more slowly than CRP. CRP is affected by fewer factors than PV and ESR, making it a better marker for certain types of inflammation. Raised ESR, CRP and PV are signs of many infections, including: -bacterial infections -some cancers -Crohn’s Disease -rheumatoid arthritis -muscular and connective tissue disorders -infections post-surgery These are non-specific tests and further tests are needed to narrow down the specific cause of the inflammation. Doctors will often recommend these tests twice or more spread out over weeks to months to see how the levels change over time. As CRP changes more quickly it is often used to see how well a treatment is going. Lower CRP signals an improvement. Quantitative Immunoglobulins Test: Another test that is often run to find inflammation markers, is one that measures the levels of the three main immunoglobulins (IgG, IgA, IgM). Both high and low levels are markers of different conditions and diseases. Immunoglobulins are antibodies that are produced during your body’s response and play a role against bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms. This test is run when chronic inflammation is suspected or continuous infections occur. This helps to diagnose and monitor conditions. Used together and with other tests depending on symptoms and results, it is possible to diagnose and measure progress to treatment for many diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease and rheumatoid arthritis. Understanding Treatment: When an area in the body is inflamed, COX-1 and COX-2 enzymes produce more prostaglandins (PGs), which play a key role in the inflammatory response. When you notice redness, swelling and pain, this is due to the prostaglandin response. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs work to block the synthesis of PGs and thus the pain associated with inflammation. Future therapeutic measures for chronic inflammation may look at PG signaling. PGs may play a role in both the formation and resolution of inflammation. Lifestyle changes such as healthy eating and exercise are key in reducing chronic inflammation. References: 1. Blood tests to detect inflammation http://patient.info/health/blood-tests-to-detect-inflammation 2. Elevated C-reactive protein http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/ART03424/Elevated-Creactive-Protein-CRP.html 3. Quantitative Immunoglobulins https://labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/immunoglobulins/tab/test/ 4. Prostaglandins and Inflammation http://atvb.ahajournals.org/content/31/5/986.full
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10 Best Foods To Fight Arthritis And Joint Pain. Best foods for arthritis. Arthritis treatment. 1. Oranges: Oranges and other citrus fruits are loaded with vitamin C which is a basic constituent in the synthesis of collagen. This compound helps to to get arthrits as well as osteoarthritis which is a major cause for joint pain. 2. Nuts: Nuts are another great food for arthritis. Nuts contain vitamin E and calcium. Eat nuts everyday to get tid of arthritis. 3. Pomegranate: Pomegranate is a great source of antioxidant, vitamins E and C. Pomegranate helps to reduce inflammation by blocking the active inflammatory agents which are responsible for osteoarthritis. 4. Ginger: Ginger contains high amounts of the super healthy compound – gingerol. It likely contribute to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. So ginger is one of the best food for arthritis. Add ginger to your diet for arthritis treatment. 5. Cherries: Cherries are one of the best fruits for relieving arthritis and overall joint pain, even in those without arthritis. You can eat cherries to get rid of arthritis and joint pain. 6. Green tea, High in nutrients and antioxidants, green tea is known to reduce inflammation, Studies found that it can help reduce the incidence and severity of rheumatoid arthritis. 7. Turmeric, Turmeric has a compound named curcumin, which is an anti-inflammatory agent that protects tissues of the body from destruction and joints from inflammation. 8. Broccoli: Broccoli is rich in calcium, protein, anti-inflammatory antioxidants, and vitamin C. Vitamin C can help reduce arthritis and joint pain. Broccoli also has the potential to prevent or slow the progression of osteoarthritis. 9. Olive Oil: olive oil contains a natural compound called oleocanthal which may help prevent arthritis-related inflammation. 10. Cinnamon. Cinnamon has been used for thousands of years as an effective natural remedy for arthritis. Arthritis is essential inflammation of the joints, which causes pains in the muscles around the joint area. Due to it’s anti-inflammatory benefits, research shows that cinnamon can be effectively used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. For treating, You can mix honey and cinnamon powder in warm water and enjoy the drink. Visit our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Fast-Remedy-1300013766702384/ Images Are Licensed Under Creative Common. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Fast Remedy channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment. Images licensed under CC: www.pixabay.com www.flickr.com www.pexels.com
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Rheumatoid arthritis Diagnosis 00:01 --- Articular signs more than 3 joints except DIP joint, for more than 30min morning stiffness, for more than 6 weeks 00:49 --- Atlantoaxial subluxation C1-C2 03:01 --- Swan-neck deformity 03:39 --- Boutonniere deformity 03:49 --- Ulnar deviation 04:19 --- Synovial fluid analysis 04:35 --- Extraarticular signs 05:05 --- Blood 05:08 --- Normocytic Normochromic Anemia of chronic disease 05:50 --- Anti-Citrullinated Protein Antibodies 06:03 --- Rheumatoid factors 06:30 --- Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate 06:33 --- C-reactive Protein 06:36 --- Rheumatoid nodules 07:12 --- Felty syndrome 08:00 --- Caplan syndrome 08:28 --- Sjogren syndrome 08:59 --- Eyes - Episcleritis, Scleritis, Scleromalacia 09:14 --- Lungs - Pulmonary infiltrates, Interstitial fibrosis, Pleural effusions 09:20 --- Vasculitis 09:31 --- Heart - Valvular incompetence, Conduction problems, Pericardial effusions, Pericarditis 09:56 --- Nervous system - Mononeuritis multiplex 10:07 --- General symptoms - Malaise, Fatigue, Weight loss, Anorexia, Low-grade Fever 10:54 --- Treatment 10:57 --- Medications 11:01 --- Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic Drugs 11:25 --- Methotrexate 11:40 --- Sulfasalazine, Hydroxychloroquine, Leflunomide 12:03 --- Anti-Tumor Necrosis Factor - Adalimumab, Certolizumab, Golimumab, Infliximab, Etanercept 12:56 --- Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs 13:36 --- Corticosteroids 13:54 --- Surgery - Joint replacement surgery, Synovectomy 14:25 --- Summary
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Elevated C-reactive Protein - CRP - Symptoms, Causes & Treatments
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Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and Group Editor in Chief MEDtalks, will discuss the normal CRP levels in this video. When CRP is negative then a high sensitivity CRP test is advised. CRP levels can vary according to age, sex and races. There are formulas to calculate the levels. It is general age divided by 50 in males. In females, it is age divided by 50 plus 0.6. The normal value of CRP is less than 0.3 gram/dl is normal and more than 1 means inflammation. In between 0.3 to 1 is low grade inflammation.
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https://dailyhealthpost.com/anti-inflammatory-foods/ Hit the link for a detailed blog post of 30 of the most powerful science-backed anti inflammatory foods that block pain and inflammation! Hippocrates once said “let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy food”. You don't have to take a pill to feel better! Especially when it comes to fighting inflammation. Here are 18 of the most powerful anti-inflammatory foods you should be eating regularly: See all videos related to arthritis pain relief: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUOm2oXqtUMiR8pr0161lqBBfX1MnizXy 1. Ginger Ginger contains very potent anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols. 2. Hot Peppers Hot peppers like cayenne peppers contain capsaicin. Capsaicin can help reduce levels of substance P, which is a compound in the body that triggers inflammation and pain impulses from the central nervous system. 3. Cherries These fruits are rich in anthocyanin, which are powerful antioxidants that block inflammation and inhibit pain enzymes in the same way as NSAIDs. 4. Beets Beets are a vital source of betanin and vulgaxanthin, both phytonutrients known as betalains that have powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification properties. 5. Broccoli This tree looking veggie is loaded with vitamins, flavonoids and carotenoids. All these nutrients work together to lower oxidative stress in the body and help battle chronic inflammation. 6. Blueberries These tiny fruits contain a very potent anti-inflammatory compound known as quercetin, which has been shown to fight not only inflammation but even cancer. 7. Green Tea This popular tea contains epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which can help to lower inflammation and slow down the destruction of cartilage. 8. Pineapple This tropical fruit is the only natural source of bromelain, a digestive enzyme that has been shown to help regulate your immune system to avoid unwanted and unnecessary inflammation. 9. Beans Beans are not only an excellent source of fiber, but they also help to lower C-reactive protein (CRP), which is a substance that promotes inflammation in the body. 10. Celery Celery contains at least 12 different types of antioxidants that help protect your body from oxidative damage and inflammation. 11. Turmeric The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, which is responsible for a laundry list of health benefits, including powerful anti-inflammatory properties. 12. Walnuts These nuts get their anti-inflammatory benefits from having high amounts of both α-linolenic acid (ALA) and ellagic acid. 13. Coconut Oil On its own, coconut oil is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. The high levels of antioxidants in virgin coconut oil can significantly reduce inflammation. 14. Chia Seeds These little seeds are jam-packed with omega-3 fatty acids, which have been shown to fight inflammation. 15. Leafy Greens Vegetables like spinach, kale, and chard are full of anti-inflammatory flavonoids that can help protect your entire body from oxidative stress and inflammation. 16. Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Extra virgin olive oil contains a compound known as oleocanthal, which has powerful anti-inflammatory properties similar to ibuprofen. 17. Wild Salmon Salmon contains eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). These two types of omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to help prevent or reduce inflammation and lessen the pain and swelling caused by arthritis. 18. Bok Choy This leafy green is full of vitamin K, which is a powerful agent for regulating your body’s inflammatory responses. For more all-natural health tips, don't forget to subscribe to our Daily Health Post channel! https://www.youtube.com/dailyhealthpost #anti inflammatory foods #anti inflammatory diet #anti inflammation diet #anti inflammatory recipes #anti inflammatory drink #anti inflammatory juice #anti inflammatory spices #anti inflammatory smoothie #arthritis pain relief Find us online here: Website: https://www.dailyhealthpost.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DailyHealthPost/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dailyhealthpost/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daily_health_post/
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A conversation with MedStar Washington Hospital Center cardiologist Stuart Seides, MD, about a new study suggesting that people who don't have high cholesterol but do have high C-Reactive Protein levels might have fewer heart attacks and strokes if treated with a statin drug like Crestor. Learn more about Dr. Seides: http://ow.ly/NyeIi
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High sensitivity C reactive protein hs CRP is a test which is done to identify the high risk category for cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Whenever the values are elevated beyond 3mg per litre, then these people are said to be under high risk of getting heart attacks or some cardiovascular problems, atherosclerosis that is blockage in the blood vessels of the heart. Whenever the value is less than 1mg per litre then they are said to be under and low risk, a value of 1 to 3mg per litre is an average risk category. So this is how we do the test to identify what is person’s risk in terms of cardiovascular problems.
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Whenever the C reactive protein goes high, it indicates certain infection in the body. C reactive proteins can also go high on other major conditions. But the most common cause is some kind of an infection. So when you find a fever, when you find oral bleeding and see if C reactive protein is going high, it only indicates that there is some sort of infection. It could be gingivitis or any other oral infections can cause this. So it is necessary to meet your doctor and understand why if necessary other tests may be needed to pinpoint the causes and accordingly we have to deal with this.
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Greetings. Eric Bakker naturopath, thank you for checking out the video. I've got a question here from Sinad. Sinad Rowandish. Row-wash something like that anyway. Sorry Sinad, I can't pronounce your surname, it's a bit of a tongue twister for me. Sinad says, "I want to tell you something. I have bad candida and I can eat gluten without any problem but the point is that we as Muslims don't drink any alcohol at all. Even we don't even know what alcohol smells like." Wow, that's amazing. I didn't know alcohol smelled. Has it got a smell about it? "I'm noticing that I have symptoms of candida in my joints but it makes no difference at all when I eat gluten. I mean I don't feel any better but at least I'm not feeling worse. The point is, candida causes leaky gut but in my opinion alcohol is the main cause." You are correct. Alcohol's one of the main causes for leaky gut but it's not the top cause. The top cause is antibiotics. That's the number one cause. But there are, I could spend an hour outlining different scenarios that lead to leaky gut. Most people have got intestinal permeability to some degree which we call leaky gut. In fact if you had Wikipedia, they say that leaky gut is a pile of crap, it doesn't exist. It's a nonexisting syndrome. But then on the other hand if you have a look at the medical studies, they say that intestinal permeability exists. Now you tell me the difference between a leaky gut and intestinal permeability. It's the same thing. These guys just want to have their own way, you know? Pain in the joints Sinad. I had interesting patient last week from England, a man. A 60 year old male with very bad pain in the finger joints. So, when I saw this guy, I said to him, "We need to do some blood tests and we need to do a stool test." And with the blood test I wanted to look at the typical inflammatory markers that we see with males. Uric acid is a classic example. Uric acid is something that the body makes and excretes normally through the kidneys but if it builds up it can create a lot of pain around the joints. Uric acid needs checking out. While uric acid is being checked out, kidney function gets checked, liver function gets checked and also then I want to look at other inflammatory markers in the blood, a very good one being CRP or C-reactive protein. You can also go a step further and go for HSCRP, which means high sensitivity C-reactive protein. And then the other test you do is called ESR or sedimentation rate. And that has got to do with how fast your blood clots basically. The sed rate, CRP, uric acid, these are all good markers for inflammation in the body. Of course this guy's, all of them came back high but because he was British I thought, I'm going to check this guy's iron profile out because about one in 60 people that live in Ireland and northern England have got a disease called hemochromatosis or iron overload. I requested that we check this man's ferritin levels which is an iron storage protein. His ferritin levels were really excessive at 1,000 and they should be under 200. In fact, his doctor was shocked when he saw that and said, "Oh my goodness, you need to go and see a professor to find out what this is." But his silly doctor didn't even test for any of those markers at all. They just basically put him on anti-inflam drugs right away which I was dismayed with. In this man's case, I'm going to be working on cleaning his liver and his kidneys out, changing his diet and in a stool result that we did with him showed he had many different types of bad bacteria. These are very often linked up with joint pain. I've got very old medical textbooks that talk about with pain in the joints and especially autoimmune pain, you need to look for hidden infection. Doctors don't want to look for anything anymore except maybe a glass of wine and a golf ball but in the old days they used to spend time with people. Thanks for the question.
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1.Fuel Up on Fish. Because certain types of fish are packed with inflammation-fighting omega-3 fatty acids, experts recommend at least 3 to 4 ounces of fish, twice a week. Omega-3-rich fish include salmon, tuna, mackerel and herring. 2. Soy. Not a fan of fish but still want the inflammation-busting benefits of omega-3 fatty acids? Try heart-healthy soybeans (tofu or edamame). Soybeans are also low in fat, high in protein and fiber and an all-around good-for-you food. 3. Olive Oils. Extra virgin olive oil is loaded with heart-healthy fats, as well as oleocanthal, which has properties similar to non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs. But it’s not the only oil with health benefits. Avocado and safflower oils have shown cholesterol-lowering properties, while walnut oil has 10 times the omega-3s that olive oil has. 4. Cherries. Studies have shown cherries help reduce the frequency of gout attacks. Research has shown that the anthocyanins found in cherries have an anti-inflammatory effect. Anthocyanins can also be found in other red and purple fruits like strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. 5. Dairy. Low-fat dairy products, like milk, yogurt and cheese are packed with calcium and vitamin D, both found to increase bone strength. Vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption, and it has been shown to boost the immune system. If dairy doesn't agree with you, aim for other calcium and vitamin D-rich foods like leafy green vegetables. 6. Broccoli. Rich in vitamins K and C, broccoli also contains a compound called sulforaphane, which researchers have found could help prevent or slow the progression of osteoarthritis (OA). Broccoli is also rich in calcium, which is known for its bone-building benefits. 7. Green Tea. Green tea is packed with polyphenols, antioxidants believed to reduce inflammation and slow cartilage destruction. Studies also show that another antioxidant in green tea called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) blocks the production of molecules that cause joint damage in people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). 8. Citrus. Citrus fruits – like oranges, grapefruits and limes – are rich in vitamin C. Research shows that getting the right amount of vitamin aids in preventing inflammatory arthritis and maintaining healthy joints with osteoarthritis (OA). 9. Grain. Whole grains lower levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) in the blood. CRP is a marker of inflammation associated with heart disease, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Foods like oatmeal, brown rice and whole-grain cereals are excellent sources of whole grains. 10. Beans. Beans are packed with fiber, a nutrient that helps lower CRP. Beans are also an excellent – and inexpensive – source of protein, which is important for muscle health. Some beans are rich in folic acid, magnesium, iron, zinc and potassium, all known for their heart and immune system benefits. Look for red beans, kidney beans and pinto beans. source : http://www.arthritis.org/living-with-arthritis/arthritis-diet/best-foods-for-arthritis/best-foods-for-arthritis-11.php
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Foods to Reduce Inflammation Naturally Also Known as Anti-Biotic Foods That Consisting variety of available in your kitchen to lower inflammation easily. Include this few foods into your diet meal can be very effective to reduce inflammation throughout your body and reduce acne as well. Inflammation is A Common Function of Body which usually not a serious response. When you body injure or ill, the immune System react by bringing the white blood cells to concerned body area with increasing blood flow causing bulging, redness, pain and discomfort as shown in the picture. Filip Maljković https://www.flickr.com/photos/dungodung/747111888 Anniina Rutanen https://www.flickr.com/photos/ansqu/2931095611 Sweet potatoes - Improve the inflammation & Healing Process Across the Body. Tart Cherries (Fresh & Ripe) - highest fruit in antioxidants that help to reduce inflammation Raisins - its antioxidant helps in reduce growth of bacteria inflammation Beans - majority beans work as anti inflammatory food Basil - Spice itself which can enough to kills Bacteria from Growwing Garlic and Onions - Contain anti inflammatory agents such as phytonutrient, quercetin and allicin, Berries All Berries can help fight inflammation because of high in antioxidants. Walnuts - Highest source of plant omega-3 fatty acids Helps Prevent the Inflammation. Cooked Red tomatoes - specifically rich in lycopene, shown able to reduce inflammation throughout the body Beets - more benefits of magnesium to reduce to inflammatory conditions Whole grains - High fiber in it helps to reduce levels of C-Reactive protein is inflammation in the blood Dark leafy greens - Vitamin E may is important in Protecting the Body from Pro-inflammatory Pineapple - bromelain enzyme Helps Regulate the Immune from forming unnecessary inflammation. Ed Bierman https://www.flickr.com/photos/edbierman/3464037885/ Andrea Nguyen https://www.flickr.com/photos/andrea_nguyen/5741616162/ tomas t. https://www.flickr.com/photos/t0mash/7301507808 Fatty Fish Rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids Beneficial with Potential to Reduce Inflammation. Musics: Tobu & Itro - Sunburst [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lXBHD5C8do Follow Tobu: http://www.7obu.com http://soundcloud.com/7obu http://www.facebook.com/tobuofficial http://www.twitter.com/tobuofficial http://www.youtube.com/tobuofficial Follow Itro: http://www.facebook.com/officialitro http://soundcloud.com/itro
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Watch Dr. Patrick Flynn discuss how to interpret your CRP lab results and why you may have not been tested properly for this marker.
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सी-रिऐक्टिव प्रोटीन क्या होता है और उसका शरीर में क्या कार्य है? सी-रिऐक्टिव प्रोटीन (CRP) टेस्ट क्यों और कैसे किया जाता है? किन कारणों से CRP का स्तर बढ़ सकता है? जानिए डॉ. अंकुश से इस टेस्ट के बारे में। CRP Test prices in India: https://www.medifee.com/tests/crp-cost/
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Professor Sir Dr. Mark Pepys explains links between Amyloidosis, Alzheimer's disease, inflammation and C-reactive Protein. Exclusive interview. See more at Online Expert Centers at https://DiagnosticDetectives.Com/expert-centers Get precise diagnosis and best treatment plan from world's top medical specialists selected to fit your medical problem precisely and perfectly. - What is the significance of measuring CRP to assess heart disease risks? - CRP is the classical acute phase protein. It's the first protein in the plasma, that was discovered way back in 1929 and a few years after that, to behave as an acute phase protein. This means that if you have any tissue damage, infection, almost any sort of pathology, which damages the body, more CRP is produced, and as a result, the CRP concentration in the plasma increases. And subsequently many other proteins have been found to behave in that way. But CRP is almost uniquely dynamic, so it increases from very low concentration, it can go up by ten thousand fold in concentration in response to an acute injury or an acute infection, and there's only one other protein which behaves with similar dynamism, and that's called "serum amyloid A" protein, a it's a completely unrelated protein, but of interest to us, because it can make amyloid, which we've been talking about before. But putting that aside, CRP is uniquely useful in clinical medicine as a marker of this acute phase response. And there are several things that have to be understood about CRP. The first is, it is completely non-specific. So the CRP can never be diagnostic of any particular condition, you can only interpret the CRP concentration in the context of knowing everything about the patient: the patient's history, all their demography, what diseases they've got, what treatments there are on... Only then can you you interpret the CRP value. But if you have all that information, the CRP is immensely useful, It tells you whether patients have got some genuine tissue-damaging pathology or not. So it's a screening test for organic disease and it tells you, if a patient has got a particular disease, whether it's getting better or worse, whether your treatment is working or not working, and lastly there are a few diseases, quite serious diseases, where the CRP doesn't increase, very surprisingly, unlike nearly everything else, where the CRP does not increase. But in those people, if they get an infection, bacterial or viral infection, then the CRP increases - so it's a good test for and intercurrent infection, in that rare group of diseases, where the CRP doesn't go up with the disease on its own. So we come back to these three indications for measuring CRP - Patient comes the doctor: "I've got terrible pain in my chest and I feel breathless". You measure the CRP - it's normal. You have excluded heart attack, pulmonary embolism, pneumothorax, broken ribs - a lot of these things you can diagnose just by examining the patient - [AT] it narrows diagnostic options down... Most of those things you can diagnose clinically, you know if a patient has a broken rib or not... So, on one hand you can exclude things, and have a different approach to investigating that patient, and counseling them, and on the other hand if it's high, if the CRP is raised, it doesn't tell you what the diagnosis is - but it tells you "there's something serious going on with this patient" and we have to investigate. Dr. Anton Titov MD
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C-reactive protein (CRP) is an annular (ring-shaped), pentameric protein found in blood plasma, whose levels rise in response to inflammation. It is an acute-phase protein of hepatic origin that increases following interleukin-6 secretion by macrophages and T cells. Its physiological role is to bind to lysophosphatidylcholine expressed on the surface of dead or dying cells (and some types of bacteria) in order to activate the complement system via the C1Q complex. CRP is used mainly as a marker of inflammation. Apart from liver failure, there are few known factors that interfere with CRP production. Interferon alpha inhibits CRP production from liver cells which may explain the relatively low levels of CRP found during viral infections compared to bacterial infections . Measuring and charting CRP values can prove useful in determining disease progress or the effectiveness of treatments. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Germ tube test" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-fSMpaRA2o -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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CRP (C-reactive protein) reflects the level of inflammation in the blood – CRP is low if viral infection and high if bacterial infection – usually the more severe the infection, the higher the CRP level. This test is simple, fast and helps to avoid unnecessary use of antibiotics. Made: Asinko http://asinko.blogspot.sk/ https://www.facebook.com/asinkosk Video: Daniel Rajcsányi Photography Sound: RatNoise studio MuDr. Jana Bendová www.jana-bendova.sk
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Dr. Paul J. Lochhead discusses his manuscript "Association Between Circulating Levels of C-Reactive Protein and Interleukin-6 and Risk of Inflammatory Bowel Disease." To view abstract http://bit.ly/25jS5hH.
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http://www.arthritistreatmentcenter.com A blood test that predicts the prognosis for knee osteoarthritis… next CRP May Be Associated With Presence, Progression Of Bone Marrow Lesions In Patients With Knee OA. Susan London writing in Rheumatology News reported, “C-reactive protein is associated with the presence and progression of bone marrow lesions in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee [knee OA], according to data from a cohort study of 192 patients...reported at the World Congress on Osteoarthritis.” The study found that “as patients’ baseline CRP quartile increased, so did their odds of having bone marrow lesions (odds ratio, 1.45) and worsening of those lesions during follow-up (odds ratio, 1.56).” Comment: Interesting and I’d like to know more. https://youtu.be/iM_3J8V9HTg
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Grab our free cheatsheet covering the 63 Must Know Labs for nurses right here: http://www.NRSNG.com/labs Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/labspodcast/ View this post on our blog: https://www.nrsng.com/c-reactive-protein-crp/ C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Indications: Indicates: o Appendicitis o Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) o Crohn's o Ulcerative Colitis o Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) o Lupus (SLE - Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) Monitor or Identify: o Inflammation in the body Evaluate: o Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) Description: C-reactive protein (CRP) is made in the liver in response to inflammation. CRP is a good indicator because it increases quickly in the inflammatory response, and drops when inflammation resolves. What would cause increased levels? Bacterial Infection Crohn's Disease Inflammatory Bowel Disease Lupus Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Pregnancy Myocardial Infarction (MI) What would cause decreased levels? N/A
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In this episode of Matters Of The Heart, Pentucket Medical Cardiologists Dr. Sunny Srivastava and Dr. Seth Bilazarian discuss a protein that is helpful in evaluating people's risk factors for heart disease and vascular problems. Pentucket Medical Associates offers Cardiology care in the following locations: Haverhill, MA: (978) 521-3288 RiverWalk in Lawrence, MA: (978) 557-8900 Newburyport, MA: (978) 499-7400
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Professor Sir Dr. Mark Pepys explains links between Amyloidosis, Alzheimer's disease, inflammation and C-reactive Protein. Exclusive interview. See more at Online Expert Centers at https://DiagnosticDetectives.Com/expert-centers Dr. Anton Titov MD Get precise diagnosis and best treatment plan from world's top medical specialists selected to fit your medical problem precisely and perfectly. That's the good news. The bad news is because it's so easy to do, people have done it in all sorts of other investigations and produced wildly misleading results. You mentioned "It's a risk marker" It is indeed a very modestly significant risk marker for cardiovascular disease. But that story was greatly overhyped and people started talking about CRP as a "risk factor". A "risk factor" is something which actually contributes to the disease. Cholesterol is a risk factor, we know that cholesterol causes atherosclerosis. You've got too much - you get atherosclerosis. You lower it - you protect against atherosclerosis. - [AT] Again, playing loose with the the words! - [MP] It's not only playing with the words, it's also a serious scientific error, the conflation of association with causality. So people did epidemiological studies that seem to be large, because there were thousands of people involved, but the number of events, number of heart attacks in them, for example, was very small. Now, it doesn't matter if you've got 10,000 people in a study if you've only got a hundred heart attacks - and then if you divide them into quintiles of what their CRP was a year before or 10 years before, you can get all sorts of funny results, so the original epidemiological results suggested a fantastically, incredibly literally, unbelievably high association between having a raised baseline CRP and whether you have a risk of having a heart attack later on. But when the epidemiology went up to proper epidemiological scale and hundreds of thousands of people were tested, either in meta-analyses or in very big studies - it turned out that the association was much much weaker and it's still there, but it's pretty modest and all it really means, and you find the same association with many other inflammatory markers, it's nothing specific to CRP, you find it with low albumin, when the CRP goes up, albumin goes down, sedimentation rate [ESR], or the cytokines, all sorts of things like that, so this was a complete conflation, wrong conflation of association and causality, and it got exacerbated because people did experiments in vitro with commercial sourced CRP, which was impure, contaminated with bacterial lipopolysaccharide, which is very pro-inflammatory, and they put that onto cells and the cells went "whoa!" And they said "this is the CRP causes atherosclerosis!" - they even did in vivo experiments, where they infused this dirty stuff into people and they got lots of inflammation going on - [AT] the body has strong response to bacterial polysaccharides... - [MP] Yes... So CRP was claimed to be pro-inflammatory, and it turned out that it isn't. Eventually we were so concerned by these reports and not being able to reproduce them in vitro, or in an animal models and so on, we made pharmaceutical-grade human CRP from human donor blood, very laborious, very expensive, and we infused it into volunteers, healthy volunteers and guess what happened to them? Absolutely nothing! So we showed that CRP is not pro-inflammatory if you're healthy, so the whole story of CRP as a risk marker for atherosclerosis, and for cardiovascular risk - that has evaporated, and the final nail in the coffin was what's called "genetic epidemiology", Mendelian randomization. If you find the genes which encode different levels of C-reactive protein [CRP] at baseline, at different acute-phase responses, and there are such genes, there are various polymorphisms in the human population. Some people have genes which give them a low baseline CRP, 0.1 mg per liter, and other people go around with a CRP baseline 5 mg per liter. When they have an acute phase response, correspondingly the one goes up more than the other.
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Click Here to Subscribe: http://Bit.ly/ThomasVid Website: http://ThomasDeLauer.com Get Antler Farms Organic Beet Root Here: https://www.antlerfarms.com/organic-new-zealand-beet-root.htm Reduce Inflammation with 5 Foods! Natural Anti-Inflammatories- Thomas DeLauer Beets: Beets contain betanin and vulgaxanthin, two phytonutrients that reduce inflammation by inhibiting COX enzymes that are known to trigger inflammation. If you’ve ever taken aspirin, aspirin is an anti-inflammatory because it inhibits this same COX enzyme. Beets are also a fairly unique source of a nutrient called betaine, which helps to protect the cells from environmental stress and is known to have significant anti-inflammatory effects. According to researchers, betaine consumption is linked to reduced inflammation and protection against other diseases. In general, beets fight to repair the cell damage caused by inflammation and contain high-levels of magnesium, and a magnesium deficiency is strongly linked with inflammatory conditions. Pineapple: Pineapples are loaded with nutrients that offer a wide range of health benefits, but they also contain an enzyme known as bromelain. Bromelain has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect on the body and is the reason why pineapple has been touted as one of the best natural anti-inflammatory foods out there. Research has found that due to bromelain’s anti-inflammatory nature, it is effective in treating conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and joint pain. It is also able to break down fibrin, a protein that causes blood clots. Garlic: As mentioned previously, cytokine production promotes inflammation and garlic, favorably, contains four sulfuric compounds that exhibit anti-inflammatory action. A 2012 study found that these four compounds are able to inhibit the production of prostaglandins, cytokines and interleukin – all of which promote inflammation. Garlic also possesses amazing antioxidant properties in the form of allyl cysteine and allyldisulphide. These antioxidants inhibit lipid peroxidation (the oxidation or “turning bad” of fats) and free radicals, which prevents oxidative damage caused by free radicals in joints (7) Ginger: Ginger contains a particularly potent anti-inflammatory compound called gingerols. Gingerols are the reason why so many sufferers of osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis experience reduced pain levels when they consume ginger regularly. One compared the effects of ginger extract to a placebo in 247 patients with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee. The ginger reduced pain and stiffness in knee joints by 40 percent over the placebo! Ginger also contains a compound, known as 6-Shogaol, that inhibits the release of swelling-causing chemicals known to cause damage to neurons. (8,9,10) Turmeric: Traditionally used in Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine to treat arthritis turmeric/curcumin blocks inflammatory cytokines and enzymes, including cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2), which reduces inflammation. A 2010 clinical trial found that a turmeric supplement with 75 percent curcumin provided long-term improvement in pain and function in 100 patients with knee Osteoarthritis! In a small 2012 pilot study, curcumin was shown to reduce joint pain and swelling in patients with active Rheumatoid Arthritis better than diclofenac, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). References: 1) 8 Proven Benefits of Beets - Healthy Focus. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://healthyfocus.org/benefits-of-beets/ 2) Is Pineapple Good For Inflammation? (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/is-pineapple-good-for-inflammation/#gref 3) Bromelain | University of Maryland Medical Center. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/bromelain 4) Best Fish for Arthritis | Arthritis Diet | Living With Arthritis. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.arthritis.org/living-with-arthritis/arthritis-diet/best-foods-for-arthritis/best-fish-for-arthritis.php 5) Omega-3 fatty acids | University of Maryland Medical Center. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/omega3-fatty-acids 6) Why Omega-3 Oils Help at the Cellular Level. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/pressrelease/why_omega_3_oils_help_at_the_cellular_level/ 7) 8 Awesome Benefits Of Garlic In Arthritis [UPDATED] | Natural Arthritis Treatments. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.naturalarthritistreatments.net/arthritis-in-general/garlic-for-arthritis 8) Ginger. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=72 9) Health Benefits of Ginger for Arthritis - Living With Arthritis. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://blog.arthritis.org/living-with-arthritis/health-benefits-of-ginger/ 10) 10 Health Benefits of Ginger. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/health-benefits-of-ginger/
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