B-Type Natriuretic Peptide as a Predictive Marker of Cardiotoxicity Induced by Anticholinesterase Pesticides, Digoxin and Beta Blockers in Comparison with Other Cardiac Markers

Ayman Mohamed Abdelfatah Zaaqoq


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Cardiotoxic exposure is a major health problem in Egypt. To overcome it, prediction and early diagnosis should be boosted by well-assessed clinical and investigational means. In this context, history, examination, ECG, and conventional cardiac markers are


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Other Titles البِبْتيدُ مُدِرُّ الصُّودْيُوم نوع – ب كدلالةٍ تنبُؤيةٍ للسُمّيةِ القلبيةِ التي تُسبِبُها مُبيداتُ الآفاتِ المُضادّة للكُولينسْتِراز والدِيجوكسِين ومُحْصِرات المُسْتَقْبِلاتِ – بيتا بالمقارنةِ مع الدلالاتِ القلبيةِ الأخرى
Keywords B-Type Natriuretic Peptide as a Predictive Marker of Cardiotoxicity Induced by Anticholinesterase Pesticides, Digoxin and Beta Blockers in Comparison with Other Cardiac Markers
Issue Date 2012
Description Cardiotoxic exposure is a major health problem in Egypt. To overcome it, prediction and early diagnosis should be boosted by well-assessed clinical and investigational means. In this context, history, examination, ECG, and conventional cardiac markers are
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/47294


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