MB fraction

MB fraction

CK-MB, see there.
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4) The patient was initially seen at another hospital where the ECG was performed, and the peak CK level was 1,764 U/L (reference < 230) with an MB fraction of 626 ng/ml (reference < 4.
Diastolic hypotension has been observed in children who receive continuous albuterol nebulization, and case reports have suggested that myocardial injury can result from undergoing continuous albuterol nebulization as evidenced by increases in creatine kinase MB fraction (CKMB) or EKG ST segment changes.
Therefore measuring both CK (or total CK if you wish) and the MB fraction and calculating the percent of the two improved the laboratory's role in assessing the CP patient.
The level of the MB fraction of creatine phosphokinase was 333.
At the peak of the CK, the MB fraction was [is less than] 5% in all cases.
The blinded study evaluated the new assay in comparison with the clinical standard for diagnosis of myocardial infarction, including measurement of the enzymes creatine kinase (CK) and creatine kinase MB fraction (CK-MB) in a central hospital laboratory.
Creatinine kinase was 945 U/L, MB fraction was 167 ng/mL and troponin I was 27.
Laboratory features of Haff disease include a markedly elevated CK level with an MB fraction of <5% Levels of other muscle enzymes (e.
001 Data are represented as Mean [+ or -] SD, Median (Minimum-Maximum) values and proportion/percentage Mann Whitney U test and Chi-square test ACE--angiotensin converting enzyme, BMI--body mass index, BNP--brain natriuretic peptide, CAD--coronary artery disease, CKMB--creatine kinase MB fraction, MI--myocardial infarction, NS--not significant, PCI--percutaneous coronary intervention Table 2.
The laboratory marker used to define RM was that proposed by Gabow et al (1) (a fivefold or greater elevation in CK levels with a MB fraction <5%).