Raised serum cardiac troponin I concentrations predict hospital mortality in intensive care unit patients
British Journal of Anesthesia, 05/25/2012Reynolds T et al.
Serum cardiac troponin I (cTnI) concentrations during ICU stay independently predicts hospital mortality, even when the threshold is low. The authors found a trend towards an association between ‘minor’ elevations in cTnI and higher in–hospital mortality.
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