There were significant differences in age, hypertension, hyperlipemia
, operation time, adenocarcinoma, tumor staging, radiotherapy and postoperative rehabilitation exercises between DVT and non-DVT groups (p0.05, Table-I).
In foreign database, search strategies were as follows: #1: dyslipidemia OR hyperlipemia
; #2: constitution; #3: TCM OR Chinese medicine; #4: #1 AND #2 AND #3.
Lin, "Hypertension, hyperglycemia, and hyperlipemia
among adolescents with intellectual disabilities," Research in Developmental Disabilities, vol.
(2) Other factors that influence results may include tobacco use, alcohol abuse, and serum/plasma samples that are turbid (hyperlipemia
), icteric (elevated bilirubin), hemolyzed (poor blood collection technique), short-draws, and clotted tubes.
Hopefully, ongoing and future studies will lead to the development of a new phytotherapeutic strategy in hyperlipemia
, but also in other metabolic disorders.
Among the population with OSAS, certain subgroups like middle-age adults and elderly stand at a higher risk , which is also closely associated with a series of adverse complications such as hyperlipemia
[3, 4], type 2 diabetes [5, 6], cardiovascular disease [7-9] (systemic hypertension , coronary disease , heart failure , and stroke ), pulmonary hypertension , and neurocognitive deficits [15, 16].
Fish oil in a high lard diet prevents obesity, hyperlipemia
, and adipocyte insulin resistance in rats.
Many local epidemiological studies on blood fat have proved that a conservative estimate of the incidence of hyperlipemia
is 7%-8% while the actual incidence might be above 10%.
Relationship between relapsing pancreatitis and essential hyperlipemia
. Am J Med 1952; 12: 3-23.
Lipoprotein metabolism and hyperlipemia
in the dog and cat: A review.
in rats was induced by a force program using a single intraperitoneal injection of Tween-80 at the dose of 250 mg per 100 g body weight in 1 ml of distilled water.