Therapeutic inertia in specialist care for patients with FH

Familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH) has a relatively high prevalence in a regional population of patients presenting with ACS, a Victorian study has found. The findings from a Geelong study reinforce the importance of considering FH as a possibility, particularly in patients with significantly elevated or difficult to control lipids. The study enrolled 180 consecutive patients presenting ...

Already a member?

Login to keep reading.

© 2021 the limbic