Cardiac biomarkers and mortality in COVID-19 infection: A review

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Submitted: March 27, 2022
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Lots of meta-analysis emphasize that a great number of hospitalized patients with moderate and severe forms of COVID-19 developed acute myocardial damage, defined as an increase of cardiac biomarkers, such N-terminal pro–B-type natriuretic peptide (NT-pro-BNP), creatine kinase-myocardial band (CK-MB) and of all type of troponins. The highest mortality rate is related with progressively increasing biomarkers levels and with a history of cardiovascular disease. In fact, the biomarkers dosage should be considered as a prognostic marker in all patients with COVID-19 disease at admission, during hospitalization and in the case of clinical deterioration. The purpose of this review is to evaluate cardiovascular prognostic factors in COVID-19 disease throughout the analysis of cardiac biomarkers to early identify the most serious patients and to optimize their outcomes.

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Cersosimo, Angelica, Giuliana Cimino, Ludovica Amore, Emiliano Calvi, Greta Pascariello, Riccardo Maria Inciardi, Carlo Mario Lombardi, Enrico Vizzardi, and Marco Metra. 2022. “Cardiac Biomarkers and Mortality in COVID-19 Infection: A Review”. Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease 93 (1). https://doi.org/10.4081/monaldi.2022.2276.