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|Title:||Predictive significance of detectable cardiac troponin I measured with a contemporary-sensitive assay in a real life experience||Authors:||Bonfanti, Laura
Di Spigno, Francesco
|Keywords:||Acute coronary syndrome (ACS);contemporary sensitive;diagnosis;myocardial infarction;prognosis;troponin||Keywords Plus:||ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME;ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION;ACUTE CHEST-PAIN;EMERGENCY-DEPARTMENT;LATEST GENERATION;MISSED DIAGNOSES;DISEASE;IMMUNOASSAYS||Issue Date:||Jul-2016||Publisher:||AME PUBL CO||Journal:||Annals of translational medicine||Abstract:||
Cardiac troponin (cTn) testing has reduced the likelihood of erroneous discharge of patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) from the emergency department (ED), but doubts remain about optimal clinical use. This study was planned for evaluating the predictive significance of cTn values between the limit of detection of the method and the 99th percentile in ED patients evaluated for suspected ACS.
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