The efficacy of principal biomarkers (BNP, Troponin I HS and CK-MB) was evaluated in the sera of ten patientsundergoing major abdominal non-cardiac surgery to determine the relative predictive value of BNP compared to common cardiac markers. The data obtained indicate that perioperative levels (especially postoperative levels) of BNP may be associated with increased risk of averse cardiac events after surgery compared to traditional markers of cardiac necrosis.

COMPARISON BETWEEN BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTIDES, CARDIAC TROPONIN I AND CPK-MB MARKERS IN MAJOR ABDOMINAL NON-CARDIAC SURGERY AS AN INDEX OF SEVERITY OF PERIOPERATIVE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK

LA CAMERA, Giuseppa;CANTARELLA, Giovanni
2014

Abstract

The efficacy of principal biomarkers (BNP, Troponin I HS and CK-MB) was evaluated in the sera of ten patientsundergoing major abdominal non-cardiac surgery to determine the relative predictive value of BNP compared to common cardiac markers. The data obtained indicate that perioperative levels (especially postoperative levels) of BNP may be associated with increased risk of averse cardiac events after surgery compared to traditional markers of cardiac necrosis.
Brain natriuretic peptides; cardiac troponin I ; CPK-MB
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