<< The Role Of Biomarkers In Common Pediatric Emergency Department Complaints: An Evidence-Based Approach


The “perfect” biomarker in the emergency department (ED) setting would be a laboratory test that is easily obtained from blood or another bodily fluid. It would track disease activity quickly and be easily detectable, allowing for earlier diagnosis. Additionally, it would be relatively inexpensive, and levels between sick patients and healthy patients would be easily distinguishable.

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