High Nonfasting Triglyceride Levels Linked With Cardiovascular Risks
According to studies JAMA,results from two studies indicate that elevated nonfasting
triglyceride levels are associated with cardiovascular events such as a heart attack , with one study finding that triglyceride levels measured after fasting does not show this association.
Triglycerides Linked to Coronary Disease Risk
...e risk, while research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association last July showed that when high triglyceride levels showed up in nonfasting
cholesterol tests, there was an increased risk for a future heart attack.
Dr. Leslie Cho, an interventional cardiologist who is director of the Wom...
Use of certain lipid measures not more effective in predicting coronary heart disease
...lth care professionals and the public for interpreting apolipoprotein measures, the possibility of obtaining valid measurements for risk prediction in nonfasting
samples or in patients receiving lipid-lowering treatment, and the availability of appropriate therapeutic cutpoints and clinical evidence of benefits...
...ycerides ? ... The main therapy to reduce triglyceride levels is to change your lifestyle. ... Results from two studies indicate that elevated nonfasting
triglyceride levels are associated with cardiovascular events such as a heart attack, with one study ... Triglycerides are fats that are...