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Highly sensitive troponin t (hstnt) profile for outcome prediction after cardiac surgery

Overview of attention for article published in Intensive Care Medicine Experimental, October 2015
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Highly sensitive troponin t (hstnt) profile for outcome prediction after cardiac surgery
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Intensive Care Medicine Experimental, October 2015
DOI 10.1186/2197-425x-3-s1-a108
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AS Omar, S Sudarsanan, S Hanoura, H Osman, P Sivadasan, Y Shouman, AK Tuli, R Singh, A Al Khulaifi

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#6,832,593
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