Innovative blood test expected to help save heart patients
Posted on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 at 3:37 pm
Medical experts in the U.S. are looking forward to utilizing a newly developed blood test that will identify whether a patient is suffering from a heart attack.
Experts in Sweden recently discovered a simple procedure that combines blood test results with electrocardiogram results to evaluate whether a heart attack is occurring. The test reportedly has a high rate of accuracy.
Stockholm doctor, Nadia Bandstein believes that this new test will prevent at least 25% of heart attack deaths. Though the new blood test procedure showed impressive results in Sweden, heart specialists in the U.S. are still curious to see other results.
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