Blood And Urine Test Results, High CRP?
From the information you have conveyed, the results of blood laboratory tests that have been carried out show a negative result against the risk of suspected infection. However, the CRP or C reactive protein test results show a high value above normal, which means that there is still an inflammatory process in the patient's body, one of which is marked by fever, which can be caused by a bacterial infection or an inflammatory process due to a disturbance in the body's immune system. , so that this CRP examination cannot provide a specific picture of the cause of infection or the cause of inflammation which may still give complaints of fever in the mother's child.
Therefore, you should still discuss with your family doctor or the pediatrician who treats your child regarding the results of the examination and any further plans regarding their treatment.
Thus, further evaluation regarding the clinical condition of the mother's child and high CRP value will still be carried out by your doctor. This is to provide better care for your child.
For now, you are still following the plan of the doctor who treats your child, so whether to be hospitalized or not, depends on your doctor based on your child's condition, as well as your child's clinical development. Discuss with your doctor regarding hospitalization, especially if the mother's child generally starts to decline or her food and drink intake decreases.
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