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Therefore, optimal primary prevention with cardiovascular risk assessment as cornerstone should remain a priority.
Duenas et al., "Total cardiovascular risk assessment and management using two prediction tools, with and without blood cholesterol," MEDICC Review, vol.
Lipid modification and cardiovascular risk assessment for the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease: summary of updated NICE guidance.
Today, the cardiology literature can be split into two main branches: (1) diagnosis and treatment of heart diseases and (2) cardiovascular risk assessment. Regarding the first one, the literature offers a vast number of papers that study the electrical activity of the heart and correlated dysfunctions.
Implications: Vulnerable plaque is the elephant in the room of cardiovascular risk assessment. Its role in the precipitation of hard cardiovascular events is a radical new concept and a fertile field of discovery for phytotherapy.
Cardiovascular risk assessment: audit findings from a nurse clinic-a quality improvement initiative.
Lipid modification: cardiovascular risk assessment and the modification of blood lipids for the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease, https:// 243786637 (accessed April 2016)
These findings highlight why it's important to include family history in future studies of cardiovascular risk in psoriasis, he noted, adding that an increased focus on cardiovascular disease in relatives "may be appropriate in the cardiovascular risk assessment of patients with psoriasis."
The USPSTF, an independent, volunteer panel of national health care experts, recommends screening for abnormal blood glucose as part of cardiovascular risk assessment in adults ages 40 to 70 years who are overweight or obese.
The company also offers C-reactive protein a cardiovascular risk assessment indicator.
Cardiovascular risk assessment scores for people with diabetes: a systematic review.
Systematic review of guidelines on cardiovascular risk assessment: which recommendations should clinicians follow for a cardiovascular health check?
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