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Cardiac

Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death in the industrialized nations of the world. Most cases of CHD are caused by atherosclerosis, the accumulation of fatty deposits in the artery walls. High blood pressure, diabetes, smoking and other factors seem to increase the likelihood of heart disease. Diets rich in cholesterol and saturated fats contribute to the elevation of lipid (fat) levels in the blood and the progression of atherosclerosis.

Management of cardiovascular disease means avoiding adverse events. Below are just a few things that are essential to patient survival and care.
  • Identifying important risk factors
  • Making a fast diagnosis and prognosis
  • Monitoring therapeutic success
  • Estimating the individual cardiovascular risk
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CAN YOU TELL YOUR EMERGENCY ROOM PHYSICIAN
THAT YOU CAN CUT HIS TRIAGE TIME IN HALF?
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The speed and accuracy of the information you deliver is critical to improving patient outcomes and reducing the cost of care.



 
 
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Brea Symposium - How Troponin is Used in the suspected ACS Patient
VIDEO: How Troponin is Used in the Suspected ACS Patient
Presented by: Alan Wu, Ph.D. FACB
Professor Laboratory Medicine
Chief Clinical Chemistry Laboratory
San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center
 
Brea Symposia - The clinical Laboratory's Role in diagnosing Myocardial Infraction Using Cardiac Troponin
VIDEO: The Clinical Laboratory's Role in Diagnosing Myocardial Infarction Using Cardiac Troponin
Presented by: David Schaffner, Ph.D. MT(ASCP)
Manager, Medical Affairs
Beckman Coulter, Inc.
 
TOTAL LAB SOLUTIONS FOR CARDIAC

Helping physicians to diagnose cardiac disease and monitor the treatment of their patients is your challenge - and to meet it, your laboratory needs comprehensive diagnostic tools. Beckman Coulter has a comprehensive cardiac portfolio, across multiple disciplines: immunoassay, chemistry, hematology and nephelometry.

 

IMMUNOASSAY
CHEMISTRY
HEMATOLOGY
NEPHELOMETRY

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Analyzers

IMMAGE 800 Anemia Menu