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Biomarkers in Acute Coronary syndromes

This topic is a part of the E-learning programme (ESCeL) on Acute Cardiovascular Care which offers a portfolio of 79 chapters among 11 sections.

A faster and more accurate diagnosis of suspected ACS can shorten length of stay in the emergency department, optimize patient management and lead to more efficient use of health care resources.
Biomarkers can provide prognostic information and Cardiac troponins can be raised for reasons other than acute coronary syndromes. In that case, the use of alternative novel biomarkers can aid in the decision making.ducing harm.

These courses are based on the texbook chapter: Biomarkers in Acute Coronary Syndrome of the ESC Textbook of Intensive & Acute Cardiac Care, 2nd edition 2015 by: Evangelos Giannitsis & Hugo A Katus



What’s inside?

3 courses on:

  • Biomarkers in Acute Coronary syndromes
  • Cardiac Troponins
  • Other Biomarkers in Acute Coronary Syndromes

Each course ends with a MCQs test.

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Course Coordinators

  • Susanna Price
  • Sofie Geveart

Course Contributors

  • Diana Tint
  • Chris Allen