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Neutrophils are very important in pathogenesis of ischemic disease. They take part in the biomorphology of thrombus and also in the damage of myocardium ischemia in a course of unstable angina pectoris. We evaluated the functional status of neutrophils in peripheral blood, by measurement of bactericidal activity and activity of granulocyte's enzymes:… (More)
A role of neutrophils in pathophysiology of ischemic heart disease is described to show some destructive actions and eventual clinical complications. Immunobiochemical reactions are presented to describe mechanisms of inflammation and ischemia.