CRP Inflammation Reactive - Home Kit

CRP High-Sensitivity Test Kit

£29.00

A quick and easy CRP kit for the home that measures the high sensitivity of C-reactive protein.

This is a simple home kit which you can do at home. You will get your results within 1-3 days of your sample reaching our lab.

a-1-i-133824Easy to use finger-prick Sample
a-2-i-133824Includes return postage
a-3-i-133824Sample Kit delivered to your home
a-4-i-133824Results delivered within 1-3 days

Biomarker Qty: 1

a-5-i-133824CRP High-Sensitivity

£29.00

What is a CRP Blood test?

The liver produces C-reactive protein high-sensitivity and is present in the blood when there is acute inflammation.

 1 BioMarker:

  • CRP High-Sensitivitycan detect lower levels with analytical sensitivity around 0.1 mg / L to estimate heart risk.

Why choose us?

A hassle-free finger-prick CRP Blood Test sample kit is sent to your house; follow the simple instructions, then post it back to our labs free of charge.

  • Deal Direct Laboratory Best Prices
  • Deal Direct Laboratory Best Support
  • Pre-Paid Royal Mail Tracked 24/48, Return to Lab Label included.
  • Result Certificate Issued by Confidential Email (No SMS)
  • Support via WhatsApp during business hours

What does it include?​

  • 1 x Collection tube
  • 3 x Lancet
  • 3 x Alcohol wipe
  • 3 x Plaster
  • 1 x Safety bag
  • 1 x Return bag
  • 1 x Form

How does it work?

  • Fast, Easy & Private
  • Follow the user instructions in the kit
CRP Blood Test steps

Order your kit online and once it arrive collect your sample at home.

CRP inflammation Testing kit

Then, drop off the Kit in the morning to the Royal Mail Red Street Box. Use the Track24/48 Return Label to the Lab.

CRP Test Kit

Lastly, once your results are ready, we will send you an email with your Result. Also you can view the report in your Dashboard.​

Please read the instructions on how to make a sample at home.

How long do the results take?

We target a turnaround time for these test results of 1-3 working days of receiving them in the laboratory. Above all, the turnaround time is a guide and sometimes depends on assay run schedules.

Please take your sample from Monday to Thursday to avoid delivery delays at the lab.

What is the Shipping & Return Policy?

We have a 14-day return policy, which means you have 14 days after receiving your item to request a return.

To Qualify for any return, the CRP Inflammation Blood test product must be in the same condition as when you received it. It is not used, not opened, unworn, and in its original packaging. You will also need to send it to us with the receipt or proof of purchase.

Please return to Medicines Online, 89 Falcon Rd, London. SW11 2PF

You can read our full return policy here:

https://medicinesonline.org.uk/return-policy/

We offer next-day delivery; however, courier delivery times are out of our control. We are unable to offer refunds for any late deliveries. But you will receive courier tracking information once your order has been dispatched. Orders placed by 1 pm are dispatched on the same day.

What are the Common Questions?

  • Q: What infections cause high levels?

    • A: Infections from bacteria or viruses. And Inflammatory bowel disease and disorders of the intestines, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. It is detected using a CRP Blood Test.
  • Q: But Can it be elevated for no reason?

    • A: Diets high in saturated and trans fats and low in vitamins A and K increase inflammation. 
  • Q: And What should I avoid if my level is high?

    • A: Ultra-processed foods like fast food, frozen meals, and processed meats have been associated with higher blood levels of inflammatory markers. 
  • Q: However, what is the most common cause of high levels?

    • A: The most common cause of high levels is a severe infection. Other possible causes include a poorly controlled autoimmune disease and severe tissue damage.
  • Q: Therefore, can stress and anxiety cause high levels?

    • A: So, anxiety-related psychological stress has been proven to activate the inflammatory response related to increased circulating inflammation markers.
  • Q: But what foods reduce the levels?

    • A: Consuming a diet which includes fish, olive oil, walnuts, flaxseeds, and chia seeds will bring down inflammation.
  • Q: So, what happens if high levels are left untreated?

    • A: Elevated levels signal an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, etc.
  • Q: Finally, what cancers are associated with high levels?

    • A: Well, prostate cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, non-small-cell lung cancer, malignant lymphoma, and pancreatic cancer.
  • Q: However, can inflammatory markers make you tired?

    • A: Fatigue and pain are symptoms frequently present in acute or chronic high-grade inflammatory diseases such as infection, rheumatoid diseases or cancers. 

Interpretations

What is the Scientific Data from Instrument and Reagent Supplier?

Technology Method:

Fully automatic biochemistry analyser

Limit of Detection:

0.2 mg/L

Accuracy and Precision:

  • Approximate error: < ±15%
  • Within assay coefficient of variations: ≤10%
  • Between assay coefficient of variations: ≤15%

Measuring Range:

0.2 ~320 mg/L.

In range results:

0-5 mg/L

Content References
  1. NHS: https://www.imperial.nhs.uk/
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