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Have your sample collected in 60 minutes, and get reports within 6 hours

₹ 350

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What is C - Reactive protein test?

C-reactive Protein (CRP) is a protein synthesized by the liver, which increases during acute and chronic inflammatory conditions. If the level of CRP gradually decreases after a sudden elevation, the inflammation/infection is responding to treatment.

What happens during this test?

CRP test would be ordered by your doctor to detect and monitor inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. It might be ordered as a part of post-operative care to detect infections if any.

When to take this test?

Anytime

BODY PART

Blood

SAMPLE REQUIREMENT

Blood

NORMAL RANGE

1 mg/L to 6 mg/L

Frequency to repeat test

Based on doctor advice

Precautions to be taken before for the test

No particular precautions are required, unless it is recommended by your doctor.

Parameters

CRP
Chemical works
Test is available in Gurgaon through Orange Health Diagnostic Lab
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Certainly recommend them strongly for quick and accurate testing. They are the best we’ve come across in Bangalore in the last 41 years !!

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Superb experience overall. Everything was very well managed right from booking to confirming slots, to pick up and report generation.

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