Blood Serum Tests

2013-12-23 03:23

complement in blood serum testsComplement in blood serum is a group of protein that moves freely through your bloodstream. The protein works with your immune system and plays a part in the development of inflammation. The tests are ordered to help diagnose the activity of acute or chronic autoimmune diseases and autoimmune kidney diseases as well.

1. What is Complement in Blood Serum Tests?

- If levels of C3, C4 and CH50 fall down, it indicates that classical pathway is activated.

- If C3B factors decline, it implies the alternative pathway is activated.

2. Why choose Complement in Blood Serum Tests?

Complements tests are performed to determine whether deficiencies or abnormalities in the complement system are causing, or contributing to, a patient’s disease or condition.

When you are suspected to have an immune complex-related condition which usually indicates immune disease or kidney disease, complement testing may be ordered. The tests helps doctor check the status of patient’s complement system.

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