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High Sensitive Troponin I is a breakthrough, fast-acting blood test for detecting the onset of a heart attack, explains leading robotic prostatectomy specialist, Dr. David Samadi. To be applied in ER settings, the simple blood test can detect a heart attack in just 3 hours, much faster than current tests can. Dr. Samadi believes this new tool, used in conjunction with EKGs and other cardiac tests, will be highly effective in diagnosing and treating heart attacks on a emergency basis. Heart attack symptoms include chest pain, radiating pain through the arm, sweating, and even loss of consciousness.

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