C - Reactive Protein CRP (Quantitative) in Noida

Also Known as CRP Blood Test, CRP Test, C-Reactive Protein, CRP

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C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test

Test Overview

Sample TypeBlood
Reports Delivery6 Hrs
Price/Cost₹500 hrs
Number of Tests Included1

What is a C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test?

A C-reactive Protein (CRP) test is a simple blood test that measures the amount of CRP present in your bloodstream. This protein is produced by your liver and is released into the bloodstream in response to inflammation; hence, it's an indicator of your body's inflammatory status. Doctors often use this test to assess if you have an infection or a chronic inflammatory disease like arthritis.

The top C-reactive Protein (CRP) test are available in Hyderabad, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Noida, Chennai.

This test is mainly used to:

  • Identify and monitor an ongoing inflammatory condition
  • Determine whether treatment for certain conditions is working
  • Predict your risk of heart disease

This test is quite convenient and accessible. It can be done at a pathology lab near you or ordered online. You can easily look up 'CRP near me' and find the nearest pathology lab offering this test.

Remember, getting regular check-ups and tests like CRP contributes to your overall healthcare journey.

What is the C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test Price?

The CRP blood test price varies significantly depending on several factors. Some of these factors are listed below:

  • City of Testing: The CRP blood test price can fluctuate based on the location. For instance, it may cost less in smaller cities compared to larger, metropolitan areas. This difference in pricing is mainly due to higher operational costs and demand for the test.
  • Test Demand: If there's a high demand for the test, laboratories might increase CRP prices. Conversely, if the demand is low, you might see a cost reduction.
  • Comprehensive Inclusions: Certain medical centres offer packages that come with a range of tests, including CRP. These bundles may provide better value compared to obtaining the CRP test alone. Moreover, add-on services such as post-test consultation with a doctor, home sample collection, and quick report generation could also affect the CRP blood test price.
  • Type of Laboratory: High-quality laboratories with advanced equipment and experienced professionals often charge more for their services.
  • Discounts and Promotions: Some health centres or online platforms provide discounts or promotional offers which can significantly cut down your CRP blood test price.

You can check the CRP blood test price online depending on your city of dwelling and choose an affordable yet quality laboratory near you. Apollo 24|7's CRP price is extremely competitive and offers complete value for money.

Remember that while cost is important, so is accuracy and reliability. Therefore, make sure you choose a reliable diagnostic centre – after all, accuracy in results is vital when it comes to your health.

What is the Purpose of the C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test?

This test serves multiple purposes:

  1. Detecting Inflammatory Conditions: These could include conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or vasculitis. By estimating the CRP levels, doctors can ascertain if you're suffering from an inflammatory disease.
  2. Monitoring Disease Activity: This test is not only for detecting diseases but also for monitoring the progress of an inflammatory condition. It helps doctors evaluate how well you're responding to treatment.
  3. Identifying Infections: If you have a high fever and the doctor suspects a bacterial infection, a CRP test can validate their suspicions.
  4. Risk Analysis for Heart Disease: Interestingly, even heart diseases cause inflammation in the body. Therefore, a high level of CRP might suggest an increased risk of heart disease.

Who Should Get a C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test Done?

The following is a simplified list of scenarios where undergoing a CRP test could be beneficial:

  1. Persistent Fever: If you've had a fever for more than a few days and it's not responding to usual treatments, it might be worthwhile to get a CRP test done.
  2. Symptoms of Infection: Signs like redness, swelling, warmth, or pain might indicate an infection. Your doctor would likely advise you to get a CRP test.
  3. Symptoms of Autoimmune Diseases: Conditions such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis often cause symptoms like joint pain and stiffness, fatigue, or skin rashes. A CRP test can help diagnose these conditions.
  4. Heart Disease Risk Assessment: Elevated levels of CRP could be an indicator of possible heart disease. If you have risk factors like obesity, hypertension, or diabetes, your doctor may recommend this test.

If you are facing any such scenario, consider consulting your doctor about getting a CRP test done.

Components of a C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test

The CRP quantitative test is a comprehensive assessment that offers valuable insights into the CRP levels in your blood. This test comprises only a single component:

  • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) – Quantitative: As mentioned above, this test measures the blood levels of CRP. High or low levels can indicate various health issues, including infection, inflammation, and heart disorders.

Understanding the C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test Report


Desirable Range

Borderline Range


C-Reactive Protein (CRP) – Quantitative

< 10 mg/ml

10–30 mg/ml

> 30 mg/ml

Note: The values of this test can vary depending on the laboratory, age, sex, and underlying conditions.

High values may indicate

Low values may indicate

  • Presence of infection (bacterial, fungal, or viral)
  • Inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and vasculitis
  • Tissue injury
  • Chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and obesity
  • No infection or improvement in infection
  • Low risk of cardiovascular diseases

Preparation and Procedure for C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Blood Test

Before undergoing the CRP test, it's crucial to understand the preparation and procedure involved in ensuring accurate results. In the following subsections, you will know in detail how you can prepare for it.

How is the C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test Done?

This test is quite straightforward and comprises the following steps:


  • There is no specific fasting requirement before undergoing a CRP test.
  • Inform your doctor about any medications you're currently taking as certain medicines can affect the outcome of the test.
  • If you're feeling unwell or have recently been ill, let your doctor know as this can influence the CRP levels in your blood.
  • Ensure you're well-hydrated before the test.


  • The healthcare professional will clean a small area of your arm with an antiseptic solution.
  • A tourniquet (an elastic band) will be tied around your upper arm to make the vein more visible.
  • A needle will be introduced into the vein to draw out a small amount of blood. This procedure is quick and usually causes minor discomfort.


  • After the blood is drawn, pressure is applied to the puncture site to stop any bleeding.
  • The collected blood will then be sent to the lab for analysis.

Is Fasting Required for a C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test?

Fasting isn't usually essential before undergoing a CRP blood test. However, it's always best to follow the specific instructions of your doctor or the lab professional. In case you have other tests scheduled on the same day that do require fasting, you might have to fast.

What Time of the Day Should I Undergo a C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test?

You can have the test done at any time that suits your schedule. However, since the CRP level in your body may rise due to physical stress, it’s advisable to avoid strenuous activities before your test.

Booking a C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test Online and Checking Reports

Scheduling a CRP test online is simple, quick, and cost-effective. Here, we will guide you through the steps to book a CRP test online using one of India's leading healthcare platforms – Apollo 24|7.

What are the Steps to Schedule a C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test on Apollo 24|7?

You need to follow the following steps to schedule a CRP test on Apollo 24|7:

  1. First, visit the Apollo 24|7 website or download their app on your smartphone.
  2. In the 'Search' bar, type 'C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test'.
  3. You'll find a list of options with details about the CRP blood test price, location, and other relevant information.
  4. You can compare the CRP price among different labs. Remember to also check for any discounts or offers.
  5. Once you've chosen your preferred option that best suits your location and budget, click on 'Book Now'.
  6. You'll be asked to provide basic information such as name, contact number, and address for the sample collection.
  7. Next, pick a date and time for your home sample collection. This is where flexibility meets comfort.
  8. Proceed to checkout and make the payment online securely.

How Do I Access My C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Quantitative Test Results Online on Apollo 24|7?

On completion of the test, Apollo 24|7 will upload your reports online which you can access anytime. To view these reports:

  1. Log in to your Apollo 24|7 account.
  2. Go to 'My Account' and then select 'My Reports'.
  3. There, you'll find a list of all the tests you've taken, including your recent CRP test.
  4. Click on the respective report you wish to view.

In case there are any abnormalities or if your results fall outside the normal range, a consultation with a doctor is advised. However, if all is well and within normal ranges, continue with a healthy lifestyle.

In conclusion, whether you want to confirm an inflammatory condition, monitor its progress, detect an infection, or assess potential heart disease risk, a CRP test is crucial in achieving these clinical objectives. Moreover, preparation for a CRP test is relatively low-stress with no stringent dietary restrictions and a straightforward collection process. So, if your doctor advises this test for you, there's absolutely nothing to worry about! Remember, early detection can make all the difference in treating any health condition effectively.

faqFrequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

A positive CRP result indicates inflammation in your body. This could be due to factors such as infection, long-term diseases, or a recent injury. After receiving a positive result, you should consult your doctor to understand the probable cause of inflammation and discuss any lifestyle changes you may need to make.
Yes, doctors often suggest additional tests like complete blood count (CBC), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), or other specific disease-related tests based on your symptoms.
Medical technology is constantly evolving, but currently, the high-sensitivity (hs)-CRP test is the most advanced version of the CRP test. It can detect lower levels of CRP in your blood, indicating even minor inflammation.
Yes, you can drink water before the test. However, check with your lab regarding other dietary restrictions.
If the cause of inflammation persists, your CRP level will remain elevated. Once the underlying condition is treated effectively, your CRP levels should return to normal within several weeks.
While an elevated CRP level may indicate an increased risk of heart disease, it is not definitive proof. Doctors use this test in conjunction with other investigations for a more comprehensive diagnosis.
A CRP test measures higher protein levels, usually due to serious inflammation or infection. The hs-CRP test, however, can detect lower levels of CRP caused due to minor inflammation, such as that associated with heart disease.
Apart from infections and diseases, factors like obesity, smoking, lack of exercise, and high-stress levels can also raise your CRP levels.

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The information mentioned above is meant for educational purposes only and should not be taken as a substitute to your Physician’s advice. It is highly recommended that the customer consults with a qualified healthcare professional to interpret test results