Biochemical Markers And Risk Factors In Acute Myocardial Infarction
journal of kerbala university,
2006, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 60-78
AbstractThis study included 100 patients with myocardial infraction 77 were males and 23 were females with their mean age ( 58 ± 19 years ). While the control groups consist of 45 subjects. They were chosen from medical staff and relatives who were free from signs and symptoms of coronary heart disease 38 were males and 7 were females, with their mean age (56±11 years old). Blood samples were taken from the patients 24 hours after attack and urine samples were collected from the patients in the 3rd day after attack. Blood and urine samples were gathered from the control groups for comparison. The results shows that creatine kinase , relative index micro albuminurea and serum uric acid found to be in high level compared with control as well as creatine kinase – MB . While the serum albumin found to be scientifically lower in its concentration .
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