Crp Turbilatex (Quantitative)
The CRP (C-reactive protein) Turbilatex Test is a quantitative diagnostic test used to measure the level of CRP in human serum. CRP is a protein produced by the liver in response to inflammation, infection or injury.
The CRP Turbilatex Test uses a turbidimetric immunoassay to measure the level of CRP in the blood specimen. The test kit contains reagents that react with CRP to produce a visible turbidity, which can be measured using a spectrophotometer or turbidimeter. The test can be performed in as little as 2-3 minutes.
To perform the CRP Turbilatex Test, a blood sample is collected from the patient and processed according to standard laboratory procedures. The prepared serum sample is then added to the test kit and the turbidimetric immunoassay is carried out using the provided reagents. The level of turbidity is then measured and compared to a standard chart to determine the level of CRP in the specimen.
The CRP Turbilatex Test is a quantitative and reliable tool for measuring the level of CRP in human serum. It can be used to diagnose and monitor the progression of infections, inflammation or tissue damage. However, it is important to note that a positive CRP Turbilatex Test does not provide a specific diagnosis, and additional diagnostic tests may be required for definitive diagnosis.