Paul Collinson

St. George's University of London

Transitioning to High-Sensitivity Troponin I: The Keys to Success

Cardiac troponin is a marker of cardiac injury, enabling clinicians to aid in the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. Professor Paul Collinson describes how the introduction of the high-sensitivity troponin I test has transformed his cardiology department, located in at St George's, University of London, UK.

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Paul Collinson
Troponin

Paul Collinson

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Paul Collinson

St. George's University of London

Professor P. O Collinson MA MB BChir FRCPath MD FACB FRCP edin. EurSpClinChem FESC is Consultant Chemical Pathologist at St George’s Hospital and Professor of Cardiovascular Biomarkers at St George’s Medical School. He is responsible for the Point of Care team and provides the Vascular Risk management service for the Cardiac Department. He has published over 200 papers and review articles, over 220 abstracts and 15 book chapters.