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hsCRP

Helping prognosis the occurrence of heart disease, cardiovascular disease, and stroke

hsCRP is a test for testing the low level of CRP. Significantly high CRP levels are most likely a sign of a serious underlying medical condition. The most common cause is a severe infection, but there are other specific causes leading to a high CRP level. This test measures the level of CRP in 3 minutes.

Diagnosis diseases
Acute coronary syndrome, Stroke. Peripheral artery disease, Myocadiac infarction
  • CE ichroma™
  • ANVISA ichroma™

Available Instruments

About Using Reagent

  • Sample Types

    whole blood, plasma, serum
  • Reaction Time

    3 mins
  • Detection Range

    ichroma™ (0.1 – 10 mg/L)
  • Indication

    Acute coronary syndrome, Stroke. Peripheral artery disease, Myocadiac infarction

In Your Medical Field

hsCRP measures the level of CRP down to a lower level, which reveals the risk for heart disease and stroke in people who shows no apparent signs of the heart disease. This test returns results in just 3 minutes with fingertip blood. The high sensitivity and the rapid turnaround make the test suitable for initial assessment of the cardiac risk.