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When managing patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD), clinical assessment has its limitations and clinicians usually need additional tools to help with the diagnosis. Cardiovascular biomarkers are one such tool to diagnose the condition promptly and accurately, and guide the therapeutic approach. While physical exercise is recommended for the prevention and therapy of several disorders including CVD, exercise can modify blood concentrations of several laboratory variables. In effect, thedoi:10.21037/jlpm.2018.01.09 fatcat:5suzbwmtfva2nll4mb2zaogrf4