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(biochemistry)

LDL

["LDL: A Logic-Based Data-Language", S. Tsur et al, Proc VLDB 1986, Kyoto Japan, Aug 1986, pp.33-41].
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For those at higher risk, it is very important to push the LDL as low as you reasonably can," says Stanley Hazen, MD, PhD, co-Section Head of Preventive Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic.
After a median follow-up of 26 months, the incidence of the study's primary endpoint (cardiovascular death, MI, stroke, hospitalization for unstable angina, or coronary revascularization) dropped by a statistically significant 15% in patients with an achieved LDL cholesterol of 20-49 mg/dL, compared with patients whose 4-week LDL cholesterol was at or above 100 mg/dL (primarily patients randomized to the study's control arm), by 24% in all patients with LDL cholesterol less than 20 mg/dL, and by 31% in the 2% of patients whose LDL cholesterol levels fell below 10 mg/dL.
With both types of therapies, every 1 millimole per liter (39 milligrams per deciliter) reduction in LDL cholesterol represented a 23 percent decrease in the risk of major cardiovascular events, the team reports.
Oxidized LDL antibodies in treatment and risk assessment of atherosclerosis and associated cardiovascular disease.
2,11,12 The determination of LDL-C is essential for the assessment of risk of cardiovascular disease and the treatment of dyslipidemia which is mostly based on strategies reducing LDL concentration, therefore LDL-C should be estimated accurately.
The causal role of LDL particles in the development and progression of ASCVD is well known.
observed increased LDL oxidizability in diabetic patients irrespective of the type and presence of complications and have attributed it to poor glycaemic control [12].
Previous guidelines for treating high cholesterol were based on cut-off points for LDL levels," Dr.
Seven direct methods for measuring HDL and LDL cholesterol compared with ultracentrifugation reference measurement procedures.
Wang said that their findings show that there is something unique about the avocado beyond its MUFA content that helped to specifically decrease small, dense LDL in healthy overweight and obese adults.
Proliferation in groups challenged with LDL alone steadily increased throughout the experimental phases.
Non- HDL has been recognized to be superior over LDL for measuring risks for vascular events.