Abnormal lipids

What is Abnormal lipids?

Elevated low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) is a major cause of coronary heart disease (CHD). The relationship between LDL-C and CHD risk is continuous over a broad range of LDL-C levels: The higher the LDL-C level, the greater the CHD risk.

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to dr Ditah
new blood have a look please

doctor1 MD

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See below!

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Hi and thanks for getting back to me with your laboratory findings. I have reviewed them fully and the...

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Hi,
Can you kindly advise me the cure/remedy for Sleep apnea. Details of patient is
34 year old obese male , currently diagnosed with high BP and...

doctor1 MD

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Lifestyle changes

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Sleep apnoea is mainly a life style disease. You should cut down the weight so that the extra...

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PLease find attach my lipid profile and review.

doctor1 MD

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Slightly abnormal

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It is slightly abnormal lipids. Ideally total cholesterol should be around 150 mg and LDL...

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