Tagged: inflammation

What is CRP Normal Range (rapid and Hs c-reactive protein normal range)?

CRP normal ranges for adult male and female in healthy stable state, as well as acceptable CRP normal range for children, newborn infants, and pregnant women. Normal ranges is for quantitative plasma c-reactive protein blood test according to many scientific studies and laboratory observations in many related diseases. Regular, latex, or rapid CRP blood test used for rheumatoid arthritis screening with references: Healthy individuals have 0.0 to 0.8 mg/dl normal CRP range or CRP not detected in blood test, CRP normal range for suspected RA or heart diseases is 1.0 – 6.0 mg/dl, CRP range over 10 mg/dl is considered...

Blood in Urine of Female Have Irregular Periods

How could women identify hematuria or blood in urine in case of female abnormal period cycle. Usual Complain: Urine color is deeper than the usual yellow color. No blood in urine seen by naked eye. Dry normally smell vagina. Yellow brownish vaginal discharge or generally darker than usual. Irregular period which can be happens 3 or more times a year. No history of bladder infection and confirmed by tests. No history of oral sexual action or pregnancy. Blood tests results: All medical checkup tests show no problem and report a healthy woman. Urine blood test show hematuria, many epithelial cells and...

Blood test results show high bun and creatinine levels explained

What does the blood test results of both high BUN and creatinine levels means? We determine the result by take in account the BUN to creatinine ratio: Normal Bun to creatinine ratio should be 1:10 up to 1:20, above this normal range is considered a nephritis and a confirmation by additional tests should by carried by the laboratory to confirm How the inflammation of the kidney is? So let’s explain the normal ranges and the abnormal values in the box to best understand your lab results of kidney function tests. What is blood urea? When food is digested in the...