The old measures are in mg/dL and the new ones in mg/L. You multiply by 10 to get the newer measures, so 0.5 mg/dL = 5 mg/L
right, tbh. To be honest, even in remission I have had a CRP of 7-8, but the NHS considers that entirely normal. Technically 10 is the cutoff point for a 'normal' CRP reading, but doubt most NHS doctors would raise an eyebrow at a slightly higher reading, e.g. 15.
Edit: Corrected dyslexic unit measurements. I think I'm getting stupider by the year :-/
Post Edited (NiceCupOfTea) : 4/14/2015 5:59:34 PM (GMT-6)