Cardiovascular Diseases & Diagnosis

ISSN: 2329-9517

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Young Park

Department of Cardiovascular, University of Wonju, Wonju, Republic of Korea, Korea

  • Mini Review   
    Incident Cardiovascular Disease is more Commonly Associated with Remnant Cholesterol than with LDL Cholesterol
    Author(s): Young Park*

    Hereditary, observational and clinical mediation studies demonstrate that coursing levels of fatty oils and cholesterol moved in fatty substance rich lipoproteins (remainder cholesterol) can foresee cardiovascular occasions. This study looked at the relationship between major cardiovascular events and a group of older people with high cardiovascular risk's triglycerides and residual cholesterol (remnant-C). This study searched the high risk primary prevention PREDIMED trial population for Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events (MACEs) and determined the baseline lipid profile. The mean age of the participants was: 67 years; index of mass in kg: 30 kg/m2; 43% men; 48% with diabetes) after a middle development of 4.8 years. The association between incident MACEs and lipid concentrations (either as continuous or categorical variables) was evaluated using both unadjusted and a.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2329-9517.2023.11.554

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