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C-Reactive protein (CRP) test

C-reactive protein (CRP) acts as biomarker for inflammation as well as any infection in the body. That's why CRP test is one of the important tool to study the prognosis of inflammatory disorders like atherosclerosis, cardiac disorders and rheumatoid arthritis. In this video, we will see how CRP is elevated and what is its role in our physiological system.


Acute Phase Reactants (APRs) ESR and CRP

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The serum level of acute phase reactants increase in inflammation and decrease when there is no inflammation.

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Measuring inflammation - What does CRP tell us?

All chronic disease has its roots in chronic inflammation. In the cardiovascular system, inflammation leads to atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis leads to heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure and sudden death. If we are able to identify inflammation, measure it and treat it then we may improve patient outcomes. In this video, I talk about CRP, a blood marker which may help us understand inflammation. My name is Sanjay Gupta and I am a cardiologist in York, UK.




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