FLP

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AcronymDefinition
FLPFamily Limited Partnership
FLPFollow Up
FLPFacility Layout Problem
FLPFinishing Line Press (Georgetown, KY)
FLPFruity Loops File
FLPForest Legacy Program (USDA)
FLPFlashpoint
FLPFlameproof
FLPFunctional Logic Programming
FLPFinancial Literacy Program (various organizations)
FLPFiji Labor Party
FLPFlippase (genetics)
FLPFamily Literacy Project (various locations)
FLPFamily Law Project (various locations)
FLPFast Link Pulse
FLPFront de Libération de la Palestine
FLPFront de Libération de la Polynésie (French: Front for the Liberation of Polynesia)
FLPFlow Line Pressure (petroleum industry)
FLPFasting Lipid Profile (lab test)
FLPFamily Living Program (various locations)
FLPFake Login Page (phishing technique)
FLPFloating Loading Platform (oilfield)
FLPFeel Lucky Punk? (Quake2 gaming clan)
FLPFrançais Langue Professionnelle (French: French Language Education)
FLPFrance Leduc Productions (France)
FLPFault Location Panel
FLPFund Linked Products Group (Credit Suisse)
FLPFlorida Light and Power
FLPFinancial Law Panel
FLPForklift Pockets
FLPForever Living Products LLC (Scottsdale, Arizona)
FLPFractional Load Planning
FLPFlying Laptop
FLPFlexible Precoding
FLPFunny-Looking Parent
FLPFixed Logical Path
FLPFixed Log Periodical
FLPFinal Layer Painting
FLPFestival Leisure Park (shopping centre in Basildon, Essex, England)
FLPFighting Landplane (US Navy)
FLPFront-Line Professional (National Health Service; UK)
FLPFluorescent Panel
FLPFaith and Life Press (Newton, KS)
FLPFractional Linear Program
FLPFlippin, Arkansas, USA - Marion County Regional Airport
FLPFunny Looking Person
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For patients with clinical diabetes, providers should evaluate history of dyslipidemia, obtain a fasting lipid profile, and recommend lifestyle changes to address glycemic, blood pressure, and lipid goals, ADA guidelines state.
Although nonfasting samples are a convenient screening tool, diagnosis of familial dyslipidemias will then necessitate a follow-up fasting lipid profile in addition to other laboratory measurements to define the dyslipidemia and to begin appropriate targeted therapy.
baseline assessment to include BMI, waist circumference, blood pressure, fasting plasma glucose, fasting lipid profile, and personal and family history
Routine examination of urine and fasting lipid profile were found to be within normal limits.
Non-HDL values of 145 mg/dL and over should then be further explored through a complete fasting lipid profile, said Dr.
A fasting lipid profile in these youth was recommended as the initial screening test.
Fasting lipid profile such as serum total cholesterol (TC), triglyceride (TG), and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol was measured in 18 of 50 subjects by enzyme assays (COBAS e411 auto analyzer, Roche Diagnostics, Germany).
On comparison of fasting lipid profile, TC/HDL ratio and TG/HDL ratio, it was observed that the average total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, TCL/HDL ratio were insignificant.
Blood specimens were drawn after overnight fast (10-12 hours) and used for fasting lipid profile estimation by semi-automated chemistry analyzer Humalyzer 3000 (Human Diagnostics, Germany).
The study variables that were included were age, gender, fasting lipid profile values (including trigycerides (TG), total cholesterol (TC), high density lipoproteins(HDL) and low density lipoproteins(LDL) at the base line and after initiation of therapy.
If I have a good suspicion or find abnormalities--[I include] fasting glucose and insulin and a fasting lipid profile," she said.
According to the guidelines, doctors should obtain a universal lipid screen with nonfasting non-HDL cholesterol (that is, total cholesterol minus HDL cholesterol) or a fasting lipid profile (FLP) for all children at least once between the ages of 9 and 11 years, and "manage per lipid algorithms as needed.