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Relation of Saliva and Blood Tropin Level functions its Reactions of Myocardial Infraction

Cardiac troponin is a specific biomarker and significantly rises after Myocardial Infarction. Saliva is a non-interventional bio-fluid which contains portion of serum constituents and can be key in diagnosis of cardiac action. Saliva a plasma ultra-filtrate can substitute serum for detection of tropin as saliva may produce more accurate, inexpensive and convenient results. Cardiac tropin offer a wide range of temporal diagnostic window as their levels remain elevated in saliva up to 14 days after myocardial injury, allowing diagnostic confirmation even when patients delay their presentation to medical care after onset of symptoms.


Reeni Huddasah

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