Coronary Risk Panel Test Result

  • The normal values for Troponin I are < 0.20ng/ml, and this range is unisex for all age groups.
  • The normal values for Total CK are < 80U/L, and this range is unisex for all age groups.
  • The normal values for CK MB are < 0.5 ng/ml, and this range is unisex for all age groups.
  • The normal values for Myoglobin are 0-98 ng/ml, and this range is unisex for all age groups.

The test that examines the cardiovascular condition is named as Cardiac Risk Markers Profile. While the heart system has affected by high level of bad cholesterol, then the heart is marked as a soft heart. The test determines the exact condition of the heart.

Smoke, high blood pressure, and cholesterol create a high risk for the heart. The doctors refer the test to determine risk factors for the heart.

In general, healthy lipid levels help to maintain a healthy heart and lower the risk of heart attack or stroke.

A health practitioner will take into consideration the results of each component of a lipid panel plus other risk factors to help determine a person’s overall risk of coronary heart disease, whether treatment is necessary and, if so, which treatment will best help to lower the person’s risk of heart disease.

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