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General practice management of atherogenic dyslipidaemia

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Prof Anthony Keech explores the management of atherogenic dyslipidaemia in general practice, including the identification of patients at elevated risk and the optimal use of pharmacological therapies to control cardiovascular risk.

Questions asked in the video

  1. Introduction 0:00
  2. What is atherogenic dyslipidaemia, and what consequences can it have for patients? 0:32
  3. Which patients are at elevated risk of atherogenic dyslipidaemia? 1:14
  4. Is statin therapy sufficient in controlling cardiovascular risk in patients with AD? 1:57
  5. What combination treatments are appropriate for controlling CV risk in patients with AD? 2:30
  6. Are there any precaution when commencing patients on additional lipid-lowering therapies? 4:11
  7. Do you have any final words of GPs about managing AD? 5:38

This program is supported by Mylan.