Last Posted: Feb 15, 2019
- Screening of familial hypercholesterolemia among patients in age under 40 years old exposed by duplex scanning of carotid arteries, by the local registry data.
Gaisenok O V et al. Terapevticheskii arkhiv 2018 Sep 90(9) 37-41
- Impact of Age on the Efficacy and Safety of Alirocumab in Patients with Heterozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia.
Ginsberg Henry N et al. Cardiovascular drugs and therapy 2019 Feb
- Cholesterol Myths and Facts
CDC, February 2019
- Cholesterol Management
Million Hearts, 2019
- New Cholesterol Guidelines Personalize Risk and Add Treatments
J Abbasi, JAMA, February 7, 2019
- A New Personalized, Patient-Centric, and Cost-Conscious Guideline for Contemporary Cholesterol Management.
Peterson Eric et al. JAMA 2019 Feb
- Preventive medicine can be more precise and precision medicine can be more preventive!
MJ Khoury, CDC Blog, January 29, 2019
- Reverse Cascade Screening for Familial Hypercholesterolemia.
Vinson Amelia et al. Journal of pediatric nursing 4450-55
- American Heart Month 2019: Lets Talk About Cholesterol
- Parental hypercholesterolemia and family medical history as predictors of hypercholesterolemia in their children.
Robledo Jorge A et al. Archivos argentinos de pediatria 2019 117(1) 41-47
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