High levels of C-reactive protein are caused by the inflammation that accompanies certain infections and serious diseases, says WebMD. The measurement determines the level of inflammation within the body, but tests do no... More »

C-reactive protein levels can test normal if an individual eats an appropriate diet, exercises frequently, takes certain medications and quits smoking, explains eMedicineHealth. The liver produces the C-reactive protein ... More »

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High CRP levels indicate that inflammation is present somewhere in the body, states MedlinePlus. Potential causes of inflammation include cancer, connective tissue disease, heart attack, infection or lupus. It's normal f... More »

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The purpose of a C-reactive protein test is to measure the amount of a particular type of protein in a person's blood, which indicates levels of inflammation in the body, according to WebMD. This C-reactive protein, or C... More »

The normal range in a C-reactive protein test is less than 1.0 milligram per deciliter or less than 10 milligrams per liter, according to WebMD. Normal values, called a reference range, may vary depending on the lab and ... More »

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High blood protein is caused by inflammation, bone marrow disease, dehydration and other infections, according to Mayo Clinic. Elevated total globulin levels are caused by infection, chronic inflammation, low albumin lev... More »

Monocyte levels higher than 8 percent are considered elevated, which can be caused due to inflammation, virus-related fever, stress or organ necrosis. Monocytes are one type of white blood cell measured during a blood di... More »