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Title:
Peak Troponin Level In Acute Myocardial Infarction, Predictors & Correlation With Short Term Outcomes
Authors: Amr M. Abd El Aziz1(M.Sc), Eman S. El Keshk 1(MD), Fathy M. Swailem 1(MD), Hany H. Ebaid 1(MD)
Year: 2018
Keywords: troponin, myocardial infarction, predictors
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Local/International: Local
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Full paper Amr Mady Abdelaziz Mady_12- review chapter 4.docx
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Abstract:

Given that the peak cTnI levels correlate with infarct size, we predict an association of severity and extent of CAD and peak cTnI level in acute myocardial infarction. This study was conducted to determine an association between peak troponin level and cardiovascular risk factors and severity and complexity of CAD in patients with AMI.

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