low T3 syndrome

low T3 syndrome

Euthyroid sick syndrome, see there.
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Low T3 syndrome is common in critically ill patients, and it has been well demonstrated that low T3 syndrome was independently associated with greater mortality rate and worse functional outcomes across different populations of somatic patients, including patients after acute cardiac events [10], patients with respiratory failure [11], and intensive care unit patients [12], and after surgery for brain tumor [13].
To find an association between Low T3 syndrome and chronic heart failure.
To determine the severity of cardiac failure in low T3 syndrome patients.
Premachandra BN, Kabir MA, Williams IK, Low T3 syndrome in psychiatric depression.
Low T3 syndrome in multiple trauma patients-a phenomenon or important pathogentic factor?
Although low T3 syndrome (also known as non thyroidal illness syndrome and euthyroid sick syndrome) was once considered a beneficial adaptive mechanism under conditions of stress (16), several studies have shown that the syndrome has an adverse prognostic impact in various clinical contexts, ranging from chronic heart failure to acute myocardial infarction (17-19).
24) have demonstrated that free T3 levels are inversely correlated to the presence of CAD and that low T3 syndrome confers an adverse prognosis, even after adjusting for traditional coronary risk factors.