Worldwide most used non-specific inflammation marker ESR has now been integrated to Dropper. Erythrocyte sedimentation rate is estimated by Dropper from the blood purities of scanned dry blood samples.

ESR has following reference values (Duodecim):

  • 17–29-aged men < 10 mm/h and women < 20 mm/h
  • 30–39-aged men < 15 mm/h and women < 25 mm/h
  • 40–49-aged men < 20 mm/h and women < 25 mm/h
  • 50–59-aged men < 25 mm/h and women < 30 mm/h
  • 60–69-aged men < 25 mm/h and women < 35 mm/h
  • 70–79-aged men < 30 mm/h and women < 40 mm/h
  • 80-aged men and older < 35 mm/h
  • 80-aged women and older < 45 mm/h

Deviation from these ESR values indicate latent or chronic inflammation or other imbalances of the body.