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Total protein test

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A total protein test is used to measure the amount of protein in your blood.

The test can help diagnose health conditions including:

If your total protein levels are abnormal, further tests will be needed to find out which specific proteins are responsible for the abnormality.This will enable an accurate diagnosis to be made.

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