We extracted measures of CRP and differential cell counts using methods described previously (Osimo et al., 2018). In keeping with previous analyses and data availability, CRP levels were categorised as follows: ≤3 mg/L (“non-inflamed”); >3 CRP ≤ 10 mg/L (“low-grade inflammation”); >10 mg/L (“suspected infection”). See also the Supplementary Methods.

In addition, we calculated NLR and basophil to lymphocyte (BLR) ratios.

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