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The value of troponin measurement in the prognosis of Covid 19 disease, a review study
Mohammad Ali Dowlati1, Mojtaba Dowlati2, Fatemeh Dowlati2
1- Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Laboratory, Kashan
2- Laboratory, Kashan
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Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, which appeared in late 2019, can have negative effects on the cardiovascular system. Studies in different parts of the world indicate the importance of cardiac troponin as a predictor in coronary heart disease patients. Heart damage occurs frequently in Coronavirus 2 infection and is associated with a high risk of mortality in these patients. In people with Covid-19, various biomarkers are screened to assess the patient's condition and assess the severity of the disease. Measurement of serum troponin levels is of great importance. Increased troponin levels in the blood of these patients could indicate heart damage and indicate a high mortality rate in future patients.
Keywords: Corona virus 2, biomarker, troponin
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Type of Study: Review | Subject: علوم آزمایشگاهی
Received: 2022/03/9 | Accepted: 2022/03/9 | Published: 2022/03/9
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Dowlati M A, Dowlati M, Dowlati F. The value of troponin measurement in the prognosis of Covid 19 disease, a review study. 3. 2022; 13 (54) :66-68
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