Cardiac troponin levels in patients with impaired renal function.

Abstract

Cardiac troponins are important indicators of myocardial damage. Recent studies have shown that serum cardiac troponin levels are raised in at least 50% of patients with renal disease. The mechanisms and implications of these findings are discussed. 

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