Normal CRP values vary from lab to lab. Generally, there is no CRP detectable in the blood.
CrP is chromium phosphide.
CrP is chromium phosphide or chromium(III) phosphide
I have a ring that has crp 10k printed on the inside. What does it mean?
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.
CRP levels should be up to 4.9 mg/L; see related link.
I believe it stands for "CRP Jewellery Co, LTD" located in (Bangkok) Thailand.
no crp is acute phase protein rises in response to inflammation,infection and neoplastic diseases
CRP HS is not a blood disorder; it's a chemical in the blood (C reactive protein).
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.
The address of the Friends Of The Coliseum is: Po Box 331300, Crp Christi, TX 78463-1300
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.
"10kt CRP" means that your item is 10 karat gold.The CRP doesn't mean much. It is the manufacturers mark and identifies who made it, which does not affect the value by much nor does it identify the metal quality. I have identified CRP as a jewellery making company in Thailand.The best way to test the metal quality is to visit a jeweller who can perform a test on it.
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