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Medical management of atherosclerosis

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Published by M. Dekker in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atherosclerosis -- Treatment.,
  • Atherosclerosis -- Prevention.,
  • Coronary Arteriosclerosis -- therapy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by John C. LaRosa.
    SeriesClinical guides to medical management
    ContributionsLaRosa, John C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC692 .M43 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 326 p. :
    Number of Pages326
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL701705M
    ISBN 100824701496
    LC Control Number97050182

    What Is Atherosclerosis? Atherosclerosis, often described as a hardening of the arteries, occurs when the normal lining of the arteries deteriorates, the walls of arteries thicken, and deposits of.   Store Search search Title, ISBN and Author Dyslipidemia Atherosclerosis Essentials by Christie M. Ballantyne, James O'Keefe Estimated delivery business days Format Paperback Condition Brand New Written by key opinion leaders in the field of cardiology, Dyslipidemia Essentials integrates the latest clinical guidelines and trials into a practical step-by-step guide to the .

    Atherosclerosis is the leading cause of death in the developed countries. Deep understanding of the causes and underlying mechanism of pathogenesis will help to delineate causes and will help to plan out innovative management. As our knowledge about the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis improves more treatment options will emerge. ReferencesCited by: 3. Coronary Atherosclerosis: Current Management and Treatment provides a state-of-the-art review of current knowledge to aid specialists, general physicians, and cardiologists in training, in the diagnosis, risk stratification, and management of patients with diverse presentations of coronary atherosclerosis.

    of atherosclerosis, treatment of atherosclerosis. Aim: In this review, we evaluated the pathogenesis, risk factors and management of atherosclerosis. Conclusion: More studies must be done to offer better management, even though massive success was achieved in the past Size: KB. Atherosclerosis is the most common form of arteriosclerosis, which is a general term for several disorders that cause thickening and loss of elasticity in the arterial wall. Atherosclerosis is also the most serious and clinically relevant form of arteriosclerosis because it causes coronary artery disease and .


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Book, Internet Medical management of atherosclerosis book All Authors / Contributors: John C LaRosa. Bertram PittPrevention of Atherosclerosis in Clinical Practice, Robert A. VogelEconomics of Medical Management of Atherogenesis: Cost-Effectiveness Analyses of Medical Interventions, Orlando Rodriguez and David J.

CohenApplied Genetics Now and Gene Therapy in the Future. A book with the title Medical Management of Atherosclerosis would probably have been greeted with ridicule in ; init represents a distillate of the extensive basic and clinical investigation that has given clinicians the tools with which to : $ Medical management of atherosclerosis.

John LaRosa; New York; ; Marcel Dekker; pages. This slender volume is part of a series of clinical guides to medical management that aim to provide generalists and specialists with the ability to diagnose and treat medical conditions and to translate research advances into improved patient care.

The focus of this book is on the management of the atherosclerotic disease. The coverage of this book spans from histological presentation of the various stages of atherosclerotic lesions to the earliest studies in atherosclerosis therapy, from advanced clinical diagnosis to monitoring, follow-up, and home-care of the atherosclerotic : Hardcover.

Atherosclerosis. This note covers the following topics: Signs and symptoms, Diagnosis, Overview of Atherosclerosis, Etiology of Atherosclerosis, Risk Factors for Atherosclerosis, Epidemiology of Atherosclerosis, Patient Education in Atherosclerosis, Patient History, Physical Examination, Lipid Profile, Blood Glucose and Hemoglobin A1C, Ultrasonographic Examination, MRI and Scintigraphy.

Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Medical management of atherosclerosis. New York, N.Y.: M. Dekker, © (DLC) Containing over bibliographic citations, tables, and drawings, Medical Management of Atherosclerosis is an important resource for cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, internists, family practice and primary care physicians, and interns, residents, fellows, and medical school students in these disciplines.

Atherosclerosis, or arteriosclerosis, happens when plaque collects and causes the arteries to narrow and harden, affecting blood flow. Learn more : Joseph Nordqvist. Introduction. Posterior circulation stroke and transient ischemic attack (TIA) constitute 20% of all cerebrovascular ischemic events, with vertebrobasilar atherosclerosis (VBA), the primary etiology in up to 35%.Aggressive medical therapy may reduce the risk of recurrence; however, day and 1-year recurrent stroke rates may be higher than 30%, and nearly 60% in the setting of hemodynamic Author: D.M.

Panczykowski, T.G. Jovin. Atherosclerosis is the most common type of arteriosclerosis, or thickening and stiffening of the arterial wall. Major risk factors include smoking, diabetes mellitus, arterial hypertension, dyslipidemia, family history of early heart disease, and advanced age.

The pathogenesis is a complicated process precipitated by endothelial damage, which. The prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis requires control of the known modifiable risk factors for this disease.

This includes therapeutic lifestyle changes and the medical treatment of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes mellitus. Typically, patients with CAD are.

Heart Diseases by Duke University. This note covers the following topics: Ischemic Heart Disease, Major Syndromes, Prevalence Of Ischemic Heart Disease, Sudden Cardiac Death, Atherosclerosis, Plaque Rupture And Thrombosis, Plaque Calcification, Ischemia, Management Of ACS Related Sudden Cardiac Death, Dating Myocardial Infarcts, Acute MI.

Atherosclerosis is the result of hyperlipidemia and lipid oxidation and has always been a major cause of mortality in developed countries. It is a disease of vascular intima, in which all the vascular system from aorta to coronary arteries can be involved and is characterized by intimal plaques.[1,2]Cited by: Atherosclerosis is a degenerative process affecting blood vessels, which determines narrowing of the lumen, plaque growth, and hardening of the walls.

It is a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. The focus of this book is on the management of the atherosclerotic disease. The coverage of this. Understanding the natural history of carotid atherosclerosis is essential in the management of patients at risk for stroke.

Atherosclerotic plaque at the carotid bifurcation is the underlying. Atherosclerosis is a narrowing of the arteries caused by a buildup of plaque. It’s a type of arteriosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. It can lead to heart attack, stroke, or heart failure Author: Janelle Martel.

Medical management of atherosclerosis first involves modification to risk factors–for example, via smoking cessation and diet restrictions. Prevention then is generally by eating a healthy diet, exercising, not smoking, and maintaining a normal weight.

Diet. Changes in diet may help prevent the development of cations: Coronary artery disease. Read "Medical management of atherosclerosis Edited by John C.

LaRosa Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York () pages, illustrated, $ ISBN: 0‐‐‐6, Clinical Cardiology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of. Inflammatory cytokines in atherosclerosis: current therapeutic approaches Eur.

Heart J. () 37(22) doi: /eurheartj/ehv - read the abstract and download the slide. Cytokine-related therapeutic approaches in atherosclerosis.

In the context of atherosclerosis, several methods have been studied to modify the inflammatory cascade. Atherosclerosis is a common cause that leads to arterial thrombosis and this is associated with arterial wall inflammation that is triggered by injury most often related to the presence of cholesterol crystals.

and surgical repair, have been initiated and studied. Although data on the medical management of cryptogenic stroke in the setting. Atherosclerosis has an open access mirror journal Atherosclerosis: X, sharing the same aims and scope, editorial team, submission system and rigorous peer review.

Atherosclerosis brings together, from all sources, papers concerned with investigation on atherosclerosis, its risk factors and clinical sclerosis covers basic and translational, clinical and population research.Broadly speaking, the cause or the etiologic agent responsible for producing atherosclerosis remains unknown.

The most widely accepted theory is “Response-to-Injury,” but the initiating injurious agent has yet to be identified. Until the injurious agent is identified, we must treat the symptoms and manifestations produced by the injurious agent rather than the agent itself a poor bargain.Atherosclerosis -- or hardening of the arteries -- is the leading cause of heart attacks, strokes, and peripheral vascular disease.

Find out more about atherosclerosis causes, symptoms, risk.