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'To what end?'

Cholesterol is a risk factor, not a disease, and there are plenty of circumstances where the risk heart disease or stroke is low enough that the risk of the medication becomes ... significant. I am now turning my patients’ attention away from
January 2021

A silent syndrome with serious side effects

If glucose and lipid levels appear normal, they should be re-tested every year and five years, respectively. ... Etingin said. “Internists can take care of the diabetes and high cholesterol and weight issues, but the patient belongs in the hands of a
February 2009

Medicare updates affect audits, modifiers and version 5010

As an example of how to use modifier 33, consider CPT 80061, Lipid Panel. ... screening for lipid disorders), you should use modifier 33.
May 2011

Internist follow-up key for breast cancer survivors

Besides, someone has to be looking at their heart, their lipids,” because the majority of survivors are in their 50s and 60s.
May 2009

SPRINT stopped

Doctors that care for older folks know that there is some inflection point at which physiology changes enough so that pushing down blood pressures and cholesterol numbers becomes counterproductive.
January 2021

System-wide changes improve diabetes care

Andrieni said. Houston Methodist is expanding its quality improvement efforts to include hypertension, lipid management, depression screening, and smoking cessation, Dr.
September 2016


I took care of his cholesterol, blood pressure, and helped him through the grief from the death of his son.
January 2021

Ode to olive oil

So, too, is the low-fat vegan diet among the Seventh Day Adventists. ... Olive oil in general is exceptionally high in healthful monounsaturated fat (oleic acid), and low in omega-6 linoleic acid (we are prone to a relative excess of omega-6 fats,
January 2021

New heart disease test, drugs for flu, weight management

The test measures the activity of lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 in a patient's blood, and those with a level above 225 nanomoles per minute per milliliter are considered at increased
March 2015

Letters to the Editor

Does frequent caloric intake without adequate prolonged fasting lead to unnatural and pathological lipid accumulation and cardiovascular disease? ... our dormant and underutilized protective lipid breakdown mechanisms.
February 2010

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