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hiricinee t1_iuowovj wrote

That's a cool test- tropoins are notoriously frustrating in renal failure or septic patients, who will have a positive result and often have providers going down an unnecessary rabbit hole of chasing the positive result.


d3jake t1_iuq639c wrote

I hope this can be validated and adopted. Then, be made economical to allow prehospital providers to use to empower disposition determination.


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