Creatine Kinase MB Fraction (CK-MB), Serum


المجموعة المرجعية

Creatine kinase MB is the quantitation of the specific cardiac protein CKMB that is used in diagnosing myocardial infarction. Elevated values can be often be detected within 3-6 hours following the onset of chest pain. Testing should be performed at appropriate intervals because CKMB concentration peaks within 12-24 hours and generally returns to normal at 24-72 hours. Abnormal CKMB concentrations are often associated with ischemia or necrotic injury to the heart. Other conditions which may give elevated CK-MB values when the diagnosis of myocardial damage is unclear include skeletal muscle trauma, muscular dystrophy, dermatomyositis, Reyes syndrome, rhabdomyolysis, drug overdose, delirium tremens, chronic ethanol poisoning, and myopathic disorders.

متطلبات خاصة

(CK-MB/total CK) x 100

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