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Is LDL-C a Reliable Measure in Your At-Risk Patients?

Dr. Cromwell talks about the traditional measure, LDL-C, versus alternative lipoprotein particle measures in managing patients at risk for ASCVD.
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  • Overview

    For decades, LDL-C has been the customary measure used by clinicians to estimate LDL quantity. However, LDL-C depends upon cholesterol content within lipoprotein particles and varies widely among individuals, often dependent on metabolic conditions.

    Dr. William Cromwell, medical director for cardiovascular disease at LabCorp, will address in additional detail why LDL-C may not be the most reliable measure for populations at risk for ASCVD. 

    Click here to learn more in this special series.



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