[Correlations of laboratory and instrumental method parameters in the diagnosis of acute ischemic lesion of the myocardium].

Abstract

The detection rate was examined for ECG (EchoECG) equivalents of clinical coronary heart disease (CHD) forms, such as angina pectoris, focal myocardial dystrophy, small and large myocardial infarction, at various levels of the peak activity of blood creatine phosphokinase in the acute period of the disease. A series of investigations revealed in the acute period the time when myoglobin, CPK, CPK MB, AST, and LDH attained their maximal blood content, which were directly related to the molecular weight of proteins. The findings allowed the author to consider a relationship between the values obtained by diagnostic techniques and the time course of an infarct process, the mass of ischemic necrosis and its topography in the myocardium.

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@article{Makarovski1990CorrelationsOL, title={[Correlations of laboratory and instrumental method parameters in the diagnosis of acute ischemic lesion of the myocardium].}, author={V V Makarovskiĭ}, journal={Kardiologiia}, year={1990}, volume={30 10}, pages={35-9} }