Relationship of cardiac troponin T and procoagulant activity in unstable angina.
- Published Article
Thrombosis and haemostasis
- Publication Date
Feb 01, 2000
In patients with UAP, cTnT identifies patients with increased procoagulant activity and is closely related to plasma levels of molecular markers of hemostatic activation. Therefore, cTnT alone or in combination with one of these markers may be helpful to identify patients requiring more potent antithrombin or antiplatelet therapy.
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