Canine C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
◆ CRP is a typical non-specific inflammatory marker in dogs. Its concentration increases rapidly and significantly during trauma, infection, inflammation and surgery. CRP is the preferred marker for identifying bacterial and viral infections.
◆ CRP response was not affected by radiotherapy, chemotherapy, antibiotics, immune agents, glucocorticoid therapy and individual differences, but was positively correlated with the severity of inflammation. It can most objectively indicate the degree of inflammation and the recovery of treatment in dogs.
◆ The test results only need 5 minutes to reflect the inflammation in dogs.
Application of Common Diseases：
1. Uterine empyema 2. Viral infection 4. Pancreatitis 5. Acute pancreatitis 6. Idiopathic arthritis 7. Hemangioendothelioma 8. Nasal adenocarcinoma 9. Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia 10. Cholangiocarcinoma 11. Acute lymphocytic leukemia 12. Endocarditis caused by canine filariasis 13. Babesia 14. Intracerebral hemorrhage, perforation 15. Malignant histiocytosis 16. Lymphoma 17. Bronchopneumonia/pneumonia 18. Unknown respiratory diseases 19. Malignant mesothelioma 20. Demodicidosis 21. Chronic hepatitis 22. Myocardial infarction 23. Myelodysplastic syndrome 24. Intestinal adenocarcinoma 25. Immune-mediated thrombocytopenia 26. Urolithiasis 27. Renal failure...