What Are Normal Troponin Levels?


Normal troponin levels are 10 or less micrograms per liter of troponin I and 0 to 0.1 micrograms per liter of troponin T. Higher levels of these complex proteins results in heart attack and respiratory problems. Troponin regulates the contraction and relaxation of skeletal and cardiac muscles.
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There are two kinds of troponin levels that are defined by troponin tests; Troponin 1 whose normal result is less than 10 µg/L and Tropoinin T whose normal result is 0–0.1 µg/L. Higher troponin levels are an indicator that the heart has been damaged by an a heart attack or any other condition. The troponin test is used to indicate whether there has been any damage to the heart.
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