31 August - 04 September 2019, Paris - France

Session Details

Poster Session 4: Acute Coronary Syndromes: biomarkers
Mon 02 Sep 08:30 - 12:30 European Society of Cardiology Poster Session, Abstract-based Programme Posters - Poster Area
Learning Objectives: Posters are on display from 08:30 – 12:30. Presenters will be by their poster during the coffee break from 10:05 and 10:55 for posters viewing time.

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List of Presentations

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08:30P3592Troponin level and mortality risk in an unselected population of over 250,000 patients (TROP-RISK study)Amit KAURA (London, United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
08:30P3593Improving the performance of high-sensitivity cardiac troponin for the diagnosis of myocardial infarctionAtul ANAND (Edinburgh, United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
08:30P3594Transition from 4th to 5th generation cardiac troponin T: testing patterns, myocardial infarction incident rates, and resource utilization across a multicenter United States regional healthcare systemYader SANDOVAL (Minneapolis, United States of America)
08:30P3595Risk factors, comorbidities and early dynamic change in high-sensitive cardiac troponin T -The importance of initial troponin level at presentationVictoria MYSDOTTER (Solna, Sweden)
08:30P3596The role of MSCT and SPECT in patients with acute coronary syndromes and non-obstructive coronary artery disease.Darya VOROBYEVA (Tomsk, Russian Federation)
08:30P3597Occurence of type 2 myocardial infarction in patients with coronary artery diseaseMelanie JEANMICHEL (Dijon, France)
08:30P3598Cardiac Cycle - The effect of exercise on cardiac troponin releaseLucy MARSHALL (Edinburgh, United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
08:30P3599Minicare high sensitivity troponin: a novel point-of-care tool to improve ACS workflowsFemke DE THEIJE (Eindhoven, Netherlands (The))
08:30P3600High-sensitivity troponin I can predict reduced TIMI coronary grade flow in patients with suspected myocardial infarctionSarina SCHAEFER (Hamburg, Germany)