Cholesterol Treatment: A Guide to Lipid Disorder Management, 4th ed.


Author: David A. Leaf, MD
ISBN: 0-917634-02-0

…scientifically based, and devoted to disease prevention, this book continues to provide insight and direction that contributes to an improvement in quality of life.

1. Cholesterol and Coronary Artery Disease Dietary Fats and Plasma Lipids 20.
2. Measurement of Plasma
Dietary Fiber 21.
3. Definition of Hypercholesterolemia Ethanol 22.
4. Lipoprotein Metabolism Non-Dietary Measures 23.
5. Classification of Lipid Disorders Dietary Therapy: Outcome
and Goals
6. Primary Dyslipidemias Children 25.
7. Secondary Causes of Dyslipidemia The Elderly 26.
8. Decision for Use of Cholesterol- Lowering Agents Women 27.
9. Hypertriglyceridemia Apolipoproteins and CAD Risk 28.
10. Bile Acid Sequestrants Diabetes Mellitus 29.
11. Nicotinic Acid Cerebrovascular Accidents 30.
12. Fibric Acid Derivatives General
13. HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors Mechanisms and
14. Probucol Guidelines for Drug Therapy 33.
15. Omega (n)-3 Fatty Acids (Fish Oil) Lipid-Lowering Medications 34.
16. Secondary-Line Medications Choices of Drugs 35.
17. Combination Therapies Non-Drug Therapies 36.
18. Therapeutic Goals Special Considerations 37.
19. Intervention Guidelines: United States/Europe


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