|Expected release date is 11th Dec 2013|
The creatine phosphokinase (CPK) test allows one to see if heart, lung, brain, and/or muscle tissue are damaged. Elevated levels of CPK can be caused by heart attacks, crush injuries, myocarditis (heart inflammation), muscular dystrophies, brain injury / stroke, and or lung damage due to a pulmonary embolism (clot).
What's being tested:
Fasting: No, Avoid Exercise, Avoid These Medications