High-sensitive Troponin I in acute cardiac conditions: Implications of baseline and sequential measurements for diagnosis of myocardial infarction
Atherosclerosis, 05/09/2012Gassenmaier T et al.
HsTnI is a sensitive, albeit unspecific marker of MI. In patients with mildly elevated hsTnI and without evidence for STEMI, authors suggest serial assessment of hsTnI and a 10–fold higher cutpoint of 0.40ng/mL before Non–STEMI is assumed.
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