CRP is called C-reactive protein. The normal range of CRP is less than 10 mg/L. Greater than 10mg/L in the blood indicates a high level of CRP. It is seen during burns, trauma, infections, heart attacks, chronic inflammatory diseases, and certain cancers.
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