Blood Test Can Detect Heart Damage after Non-Cardiac Surgery #ACC17

da Salute H24 — 20 marzo 2017 alle 19:43

A blood test for a protein called high-sensitivity troponin T, which is released into the bloodstream when injury to the heart occurs, can identify patients with heart damage after non-cardiac surgery whose lives could potentially be saved with timely treatment, according to research presented at the American College of Cardiology's 66th Annual Scientific Session. Continua »


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