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Vascular Biology in Clinical Practice © Vol. 3, No. 3

• Lipids in the post-intervention continuum of care: New challenges and strategies in risk management

This monograph is offered as part of a series of educational programs published under the auspices of the VBWG, with continuing medical education credit provided by the University of Florida College of Medicine.

Lipid lowering has been demonstrated to improve morbidity and mortality in patients with chronic stable atherosclerotic disease. However, data have emerged recently that strongly support a role in managment of patients with unstable disease. Lipids in the post-intervention continuum of care: New challenges and strategies in risk management provides a timely review of these data.




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