CRP levels should be up to 4.9 mg/L, But personally, I have been very ill and the doctors said ''352 crp level'' and this meant I was extremely ill.. (i am okay now though!)., they said it should be below 10.
Yes it is.
CRP is also known as C-Reactive Protein. It basically shows inflammation in the body. It can be high for a variety of reasons. A heart attack would have a CRP to be high. It can also be high due to an illness, or even a flare up in conditions such as lupus.
There is no blood test for RP, however there is a blood test called CRP (C-reactive protein). A high CRP in quantitative blood levels signifies an immune response.
Try to discover what is causing the inflammation and take noninflammatory to relieve the symptoms.
C-Reactive Protien is the indicator for infection within the body. The best possible CRP count is 0 (indicating no infection) however, blood tests normally come back with a 'less than one' reading in these cases, and that is great too. The lower the reading the better really.... but obviously a high CRP count probably means you need antibiotics
CrP is chromium phosphide.
The CRP blood test can help predict your risk for heart disease or stroke. It tests the liver enzymes that respond to inflammation. So arthritis, lupus, pnumonia, and other inflammatory diseases will produce a high CRP number.
Higher CRP levels tend to be found in individuals who smoke, have high blood pressure, are overweight and do not exercise, whereas lean, athletic individuals tend to have lower CRP levels.
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This link provides an excellent answer, here is the text except that explains that.http://www.labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/crp/faq.html#2Common Questions ---- 1. What are chronic inflammatory diseases?2. What is the difference between regular CRP and hs-CRP tests?1. What are chronic inflammatory diseases? "Chronic inflammatory diseases" is a non-specific term used to characterize long-lasting or frequently recurring bouts of inflammation as associated with a more specific disease. This can be caused by a number of different pathological conditions such as arthritis, lupus, or inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's disease).2. What is the difference between regular CRP and hs-CRP tests? Both tests measure the same molecule in the blood. The high sensitivity CRP (hs-CRP) test measures very small amounts of CRP in the blood and is ordered most frequently for seemingly healthy people to assess their potential risk for heart problems. It measures CRP in the range from 0.5 to 10 mg/L. The regular CRP test is ordered for patients at risk for infections or chronic inflammatory diseases (see Question #1). It measures CRP in the range from 10 to 1000 mg/L.
Chromium(III) phosphide has the formula CrP.
In patients already suffering from heart disease, doctors can use CRP levels to determine which patients are at high risk for recurring coronary events.