Photos from the FCS Day of Action
High doses (4-g daily) of the omega-3 oil eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) have shown a large benefit on cardiovascular events in the randomized, double-blind REDUCE-IT trial.
The recommendations within HEART UK’s ‘State of the Nation’ report are important calls to action for a wide-variety of stakeholders, from those working at the highest levels of Government making decisions on NHS strategy to those managing public health within local authorities.
Managing hypertension for general practitioners and physicians - Professor Anthony Heagert, University of Manchester
Chronic kidney disease - Professor Philip Kaira, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
An update on management of hyperlipidaemia: what to do and what not to do - Dr Handrean Soran, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Managing cardiovascular risk in patients with diabetes: is there a role for glucose lowering agents? - Dr Naveed Younis, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
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Calling all runners and lace up your running shoes! We still have a few places left for the Big Half Marathon on Sunday March 10.
National Cholesterol Month was a terrific month! Our 100 mile Great Cholesterol Challenge was really popular and got people out and about, moving more and fundraising! The challenge remains open until the end of November so there’s still time to finish your miles and get your fundraising in!
This study explores integrate child–parent screening and cascade testing into a single pathway-child-parent cascade screening (CPCS), for the identification of familial hypercholesterolaemia in the population and to estimate the number of new familial hypercholesterolaemia cases identified per child screened and the associated costs.
Source: Journal of Medical Screening
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