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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
high-sensitivity cardiac troponin I
(104 times)
Cardiology
(28 times)
hs-cTnT (14 times)
AMI (11 times)
NT-proBNP (10 times)
2010 High-sensitive cardiac troponin I (hs-cTnI) values in patients with stable cardiovascular disease: an initial foray.
high-sensitivity cTnI
(15 times)
Chemistry, Clinical
(7 times)
cTn (8 times)
cTnI (5 times)
ACS (4 times)
2009 Analytic and clinical utility of a next-generation, highly sensitive cardiac troponin I assay for early detection of myocardial injury.
high-sensitivity assay for cardiac troponin I
(2 times)
Chemistry, Clinical
(2 times)
ACS (1 time)
HR (1 time)
MI (1 time)
2009 Short- and long-term risk stratification using a next-generation, high-sensitivity research cardiac troponin I (hs-cTnI) assay in an emergency department chest pain population.
high sensitive immunoassay for cTnI measurement
(1 time)
Chemistry, Clinical
(1 time)
cTn (1 time)
2016 Plasma cardiac troponin I concentrations in healthy neonates, children and adolescents measured with a high sensitive immunoassay method: High sensitive troponin I in pediatric age.
high sensitivity guidelines acceptable troponin I assay
(1 time)
Biochemistry
(1 time)
ACE (1 time)
cTnI (1 time)
ED (1 time)
2012 Short-term (90 min) diagnostic performance for acute non-ST segment elevation myocardial infarction and 30-day prognostic evaluation of a novel third-generation high sensitivity troponin I assay.
hs-cardiac troponin I
(1 time)
Chemistry, Clinical
(1 time)
hs (1 time)
MI (1 time)
TUDMI (1 time)
2015 Diagnosis of type 1 and type 2 myocardial infarction using a high-sensitivity cardiac troponin I assay with sex-specific 99th percentiles based on the third universal definition of myocardial infarction classification system.