C-reactive Protein (hsCRP&CRP) rapid test kit (whole blood/serum/plasma) – 25pcs set.
This kit is used for in vitro quantitative measurement of C-reactive protein concentration in human serum, plasma and whole blood. The test can be used by medical and healthcare facilities to help diagnose inflammation and other related diseases in patients.
The test may be reimbursed by the National Health Service.
C-reactive protein (CRP) is found in blood, cerebrospinal fluid, arthritis, amniotic fluid, pleural effusion, blister fluid and is part of the non-specific immune mechanism. In the case of infection, the occurrence of tissue damage and inflammatory diseases, CRP levels rise sharply, up to a thousand times, and drop sharply after the disease is cured. Therefore, CRP determination can provide valuable information in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of inflammation and related diseases. CRP at low levels is closely associated with the incidence, severity and prognosis of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, such as atherosclerosis and acute stroke. Therefore, high-sensitivity CRP (hsCRP) can be used to help identify the risk of cardiovascular disease.
The product is intended for professional use with an analyzer.
- Quick result in as little as 3 minutes.
- Amount of blood needed for sample: 5 μl.
- Designed for use by professionals.
CONTENTS OF CRP LEVEL TEST KIT
- Testing instrument – test cassette (25 pcs, each cassette packed separately in an aluminum sachet).
- Sample dilution solution – 25 pcs.
- Alcohol-soaked cotton swab – 25 pcs.
- Disposable pricker – 25 pcs.
- Disposable dropper – 25 pcs.
- Instructions for use.
Note: Do not mix items from sets of different series.
PURPOSE OF THE CRP TEST
The test for quantitative determination of CRP (whole blood/serum/plasma) is designed to detect or exclude the cause of a patient’s health complaints.
The test can be used by medical and healthcare facilities to help diagnose inflammation and other related diseases in patients.
The Highly Sensitive CRP (hs-CPR) measurement is used in conjunction with standard clinical and laboratory methods for diagnosing acute coronary syndrome (ACS).
The test is performed to determine the presence of inflammation and monitor response to treatment. To monitor the risk of heart disease, it is necessary to determine CRP with a high-sensitivity method (high-sensitivity CRP, hsCRP).
Accurate diagnosis makes it possible to implement the most effective forms of therapy, thereby reducing the time needed to cure the patient.