Here are the differences between a regular CRP test and high sensitivity CRP test


CRP stands for C-reactive protein, which is a marker for inflammation in the body. There are two different types of CRP tests: regular CRP (c-CRP) and high-sensitivity CRP (hs-CRP), here you will know the difference between them. - Health checks for increased well-being

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Regular CRP

Regular CRP test is mainly used to detect acute inflammatory conditions, such as infections, injuries or diseases that can cause inflammation. The result of a regular CRP test is measured in milligrams per liter (mg/L).

High-sensitivity CRP

High-sensitivity CRP test is more sensitive than the regular CRP test and can detect lower levels of CRP in the blood. It is primarily used as a marker of cardiovascular health and can indicate risk of cardiovascular disease. High-sensitivity CRP test is performed in the same way as the regular CRP test, but the results are measured in milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL).

So, the difference between high-sensitivity CRP and regular CRP lies in their sensitivity and use. Regular CRP is mainly used to detect acute inflammation, while high-sensitivity CRP is more useful for assessing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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