Electrocardiographic and troponin T changes in acute ischaemic stroke

  • Fure B
  • Bruun Wyller T
  • Thommessen B
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The mechanisms explaining morphological electrocardiogram (ECG) changes and increased troponin T (TnT) in acute stroke are unclear. The aims of the present study were to assess the prevalence of ECG and TnT changes in acute ischaemic stroke, to investigate whether ischaemic-like ECG changes correlate to a rise in TnT and to examine whether ECG changes and elevated TnT predict a poor short-time outcome.

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  • ECG
  • Stroke

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  • B. Fure

  • T. Bruun Wyller

  • B. Thommessen

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