Tulane University School of Medicine
Treatment Decisions and its Relation to Patient Accessibility
Final thoughts from expert KOLs regarding treatment decisions and how they relate to patient accessibility when manage dyslipidemia.
Shared Decision Making and Value-Based Care
Importance of shared decision making and value-based care when making treatment decisions for cardiovascular patients.
Bempedoic Acid for Lipid Lowering
Bempedoic acid monotherapy and its combination with ezetimibe for lipid lowering in patients intolerant to statins.
Dietary and Lifestyle Modifications in Lipid Management
Role of dietary and lifestyle modifications as part of lipid management.
Statins as the Standard of Care for Patients With Dyslipidemia
Dean Karalis, MD, provides expertise on the appropriate use of statins based on primary and secondary prevention.
Cost-Effectiveness of Inclisiran for Treating Hyperlipidemia
Expert cardiologists express support for the uptake in the use of inclisiran once approved based on the cost-effectiveness.
Challenging Guidelines in a Non-ACS Population
Norman Lepor, MD, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI, challenges the use of ezetimibe before a PCSK9 inhibitor in a population with no acute coronary syndrome.
Inclisiran in the Current Treatment Landscape for Lipid Lowering
Key opinion leaders in cardiology share their perspectives on using inclisiran post FDA approval within the current treatment landscape based on guidelines.
Phase 3 ORION Trials for Inclisiran
Norman Lepor, MD, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI, reviews the efficacy of inclisiran in terms of LDL reduction based on the pooled analysis of the phase 3 ORION trials.
Emerging Use of Inclisiran as Adjunct Therapy in Hyperlipidemia
Experts review in detail the emerging use of inclisiran as an adjunct therapy for lipid lowering in patients with high cholesterol.
EPA in the Prevention of CV Risk
Panel of experts discuss the use and safety profile of purified icosapent ethyl compound (EPA) in prevention of CV risk.
Outcomes and Practical Implications of Newer Agents
Cardiologists briefly review the outcomes data and practical implications of novel treatment options for hyperlipidemia.
Mechanism of Action of Inclisiran in Lipid Lowering
Manesh Patel, MD, briefly addresses the mechanism of action of inclisiran as an adjunct therapy for lipid lowering in patients with high cholesterol.
Aggressive LDL Lowering in High-Risk Patients
Dean Karalis, MD, provides his perspective on intensive LDL lowering in patients with risk for high cholesterol and related disorders.
High Cholesterol Versus Familial Hypercholesterolemia
Linda Hemphill, MD, shares her views on how familial hypercholesterolemia impacts the assessment of high-risk patients.
Identifying Patients at High Risk for CV Morbidity and Mortality
Norman Lepor, MD, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI, shares how he would identify and monitor patient populations at high risk for CV morbidity and mortality.
Risk Factors for Developing Hyperlipidemia
Expert panel of cardiologists provide their perspective on the specific population that may be at a risk of developing hyperlipidemia.
Pathophysiology of Hypercholesterolemia and Cardiovascular Disease
Manesh Patel, MD, discusses the pathophysiology of the relationship between hypercholesterolemia and cardiovascular disease.
Preventing cardiovascular disease: “Spirit of the Heart Chicago”
The Association of Black Cardiologists focuses on decreasing cardiovascular disease risk among patients with diabetes and metabolic syndrome
Novel genetics and insights related to supraventricular arrhythmias
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