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A Look at Lipoprotein(a): Key Screening & Treatment Strategies

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    According to the CDC, patients with familial hypercholesterolemia or patients who show signs of coronary heart disease are at an increased chance of having heart attack, stroke, and aortic stenosis due to high levels of lipoprotein(a). So how can me manage lipoprotein(a) in our patients? To discuss this, Dr. Mary Katherine Cheeley is joined by fellow ReachMD host Dr. Alan Brown, who’s also the Director of the Division of Cardiology and the Lipid Clinic at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. 

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    According to the CDC, patients with familial hypercholesterolemia or patients who show signs of coronary heart disease are at an increased chance of having heart attack, stroke, and aortic stenosis due to high levels of lipoprotein(a). So how can me manage lipoprotein(a) in our patients? To discuss this, Dr. Mary Katherine Cheeley is joined by fellow ReachMD host Dr. Alan Brown, who’s also the Director of the Division of Cardiology and the Lipid Clinic at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. 

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Schedule13 Jun 2024