- •Baseline hs-CRP values were independent indicators for ACAS.
- •Significant interactions were observed between age and sex in relation to ACAS.
- •Elevated baseline hs-CRP values increased ACAS in old adults and male.
- •The results of average hs-CRP values were consisted with baseline hs-CRP.
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