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Is troponin testing rather underestimated in clinic practice? Evidence from emergency medical admissions: Authors response

      We thank A. Watanabe for his comments on our article, “Is there excessive troponin testing in clinical practice? Evidence from emergency medical admissions” and his suggestions [
      • Conway R
      • Byrne D
      • Cournane S
      • O’Riordan D
      • Coveney S
      • Silke B.
      Is there excessive troponin testing in clinical practice? Evidence from emergency medical admissions.
      ,
      • Watanabe A.
      Is the troponin testing rather underestimated in clinical practice? Evidence from emergency medical admissions.
      ].
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