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cardiac marker

Cardiology An analyte measured in serum that reflects myocardial damage or acute cardiovascular disease–eg, acute MI Examples CK-MB, myoglobin, myosin light chains, troponin. See Cardiac enzymes, CK-MB, Troponin I.

Cardiac marker

A substance in the blood whose level rises following a myocardial infarction.
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A major part of the book is devoted to cardiac markers for heart failure, of which B-type natriuretic peptide has taken the cardiology world by storm.
Table 54: Italian 10-Year Perspective for Cardiac Markers by Segment - Clinical Laboratory testing and Point-of- Care Testing (POCT) Markets: Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ million for 2006, 2009 and 2015 III-44
After exploring different POC options, the lab ultimately recommended implementing a cardiac panel consistent with the National Association of Clinical Biochemistry standards for the use of cardiac markers in diagnosing coronary-artery disease--one which offers both early markers, namely myoglobin and CK-MB, and the definitive marker, troponin I, for necrosis.
We therefore undertook serial testing of multiple cardiac markers used to diagnose early- and late-stage myocardial injury in the same group of middle-aged runners before and sequentially after five Boston Marathons over 4 years.
This month, he discusses using cardiac markers in cost-effective triage for MI admission and therapy.
Contract notice: Exploratory call to know if the market provides comprehensive analytical systems for performing cardiac markers necessary to the hospital carlo poma of mantua.
Total Rapid Cardiac Markers Tests Market Analysis, 2012-2019
Positive staining of cardiac markers sarcomeric a-actinin and Nkx2.
These abnormalities resolve promptly and are not associated with changes in cardiac markers or echocardiogram findings.
A pilot survey of the use and implementation of cardiac markers in acute coronary syndrome and heart failure across Europe.
Among these is the use of multimarker POCT panels (eg, TnI, CK-MB, and MYO) and accelerated, rule-out protocols that use repeated testing for cardiac markers during a short timeframe.
In a study of 90 adult patients, those evaluated in the emergency department for acute coronary syndrome by ECG and cardiac markers underwent both the standard 12-lead ECG and cardiac mapping using the Prime ECG System.