The C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is a non-specific marker which is mainly produced by the liver and used to diagnose bacterial infectious disease and inflammatory disorders. The CRP is a very sensitive and fast appearing indicator which could therefore be helpful for deciding an antibiotic treatment. Depending on the CRP concentration, different lines will appear allowing the semi-quantitative interpretation of the test result.
In healthy patients, CRP concentration is lower than 8mg/L while the concentration level can go higher than 100mg/L in case of severe infection or during inflammatory process.
Intermediate levels, within 8 and 100mg/L, are concomitant with more or less mildly viral or bacterial infections that can be easily overcome by appropriate treatment ordered by your doctor.
What will You Receive:
- 1 Sealed Pouch Containing:
1 Plastic Pipette
1 C-Reactive Protein Test Cassette
- 2 Sterile Lancets
- 1 Alcohol Wipe
- 1 Dropper Bottle Containing 3ml of Diluent
- 1 Instructions for Use