Application Note: Looking Deeper Into Inflammatory Conditions from a Laboratory and Clinical Perspective
15 May 2019

Inflammation and infection are two different things, although they very often occur together. ‘Inflammation’ describes exclusively the body’s immunovascular response, irrespective of the cause. It is our body’s natural defence against damaged cells, physical or chemical agents, allergens or pathogenic organisms and aims to remove these harmful or foreign invaders and recover. Generally there are two different types of inflammation. One is acute inflammation, the other is chronic.