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Hi Team , I have done a smoke test

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Posted on Tue, 5 Feb 2019
Question: Hi Team ,

I have done a smoke test
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Answered by Dr. Bonnie Berger-Durnbaugh (10 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Your test result is NORMAL.

Detailed Answer:
Hello and welcome,

I looked at the report that you posted. The test in the report you posted is a sedimentation rate. This type of test is a non-specific test to look for inflammation in the body. A sedimentation rate test can become elevated if there is inflammation or infection. If the test is elevated, it gives an idea that something is not right, but it does not tell us where the problem is.

The result of the test is that you do NOT have an elevation in your sedimentation rate. That is good. It is a negative test. Your result is 5 and the beginning of the abnormal range, according to this lab's standards, is 10 or more.

So - you have a good result on this test.

I hope this information helps.
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Hi Team , I have done a smoke test

Brief Answer: Your test result is NORMAL. Detailed Answer: Hello and welcome, I looked at the report that you posted. The test in the report you posted is a sedimentation rate. This type of test is a non-specific test to look for inflammation in the body. A sedimentation rate test can become elevated if there is inflammation or infection. If the test is elevated, it gives an idea that something is not right, but it does not tell us where the problem is. The result of the test is that you do NOT have an elevation in your sedimentation rate. That is good. It is a negative test. Your result is 5 and the beginning of the abnormal range, according to this lab's standards, is 10 or more. So - you have a good result on this test. I hope this information helps.