Lipid lowering therapy and progression of coronary atherosclerosis developments in cardiovascular medicine softcover reprint of the original 1st ed 1996 edition. In patients with established chd intensive lipid lowering therapy is more effective than less intensive therapy in reducing lipid levels to recommended goals and in reducing the risk of cardiovascular events chd mortality and all cause mortality. This study found that the effects of statin therapy on the progression or regression of coronary atherosclerosis are related to both their lipid lowering effect and their crp lowering effect. Developments in cardiovascular medicine lipid lowering therapy and progression of coronary atherosclerosis edited by ayg bruschke department of cardiology university hospital leiden the netherlands in patients with coronary atherosclerosis new developments in computer assisted. Despite recent therapeutic advances there is an unmet need in cardiovascular disease prevention clinical trials and meta analyses have established that ldl c lowering particularly by statin therapy reduces the progression of coronary atherosclerosis and the risk of coronary events
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