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    Cardiovascular Risk Assessment Professional

    Cardiovascular Risk Assessment, ASSIGN: developed in Scotland and includes an index of deprivation and also family history. [ 14 , 15 ] Reynolds Risk Score: provides a greater a...

    Cardiovascular Disease (Atheroma) Conditions

    Cardiovascular Disease (Atheroma), All people aged over 40 years should have a cardiovascular health risk assessment - usually available at your GP surgery. If you ...

    Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease Professional

    Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, See separate articles Cardiovascular Risk Assessment and Cardiac Rehabilitation . The revised Joint British Societies' (JBS 3) guide...

    Cardiovascular Health Risk Assessment Conditions

    Cardiovascular Health Risk Assessment, Who should be treated to reduce their cardiovascular health risk? Treatment to reduce the risk of develo...

    Cholesterol-lowering Sterols and Stanols Professional

    Conclusions about sterols, stanols and cholesterol There is circumstantial evidence supporting the relationship between ingestion of sterols and stanols and a reduction in cardiovascular ...

    Coronary Artery Calcium Score Professional

    A non-zero score should prompt at the very least an assessment of all risk factors, and consideration of risk modification strategies (lifestyle changes, blood pressure cont...

    High Cholesterol Conditions

    The cardiovascular health risk from any given level of LDL cholesterol can vary, depending on the level of your HDL cholesterol and on any other health risk factors that you may have. Therefo...

    Cardiovascular History and Examination Professional

    Cardiovascular History and Examination, Lifestyle Include ensuring appropriate primary prevention of cardiovascular disease (including calculation of cardiovascular ...

    Xanthelasma Professional

    Management Patients should have their fasting lipid levels checked and those with hyperlipidaemia should have a formal cardiovascular risk assessment using appropriate charts, with meas...

    Peripheral Arterial Disease Professional

    Two years following a below-knee amputation, 30% are dead, 15% have an above-knee amputation, 15% have a contralateral amputation and only 40% have full mobility. [ 2 ] Prevention See the se...

    Carotid Artery Stenosis Professional

    Prevention For primary prevention of cardiovascular disease, see the separate article  Cardiovascular Risk Assessment .

    Coronary Revascularisation Professional

    See separate Cardiovascular Risk Assessment and Cardiac Rehabilitation articles. In low-risk patients with stable coronary artery disease, aggressive lipid-lowering therapy is at...

    Suicide Risk Assessment and Threats of Suicide Professional

    Suicide Risk Assessment and Threats of Suicide, Management [ 1 , 14 ] General Following assessment as above, form a summary and a risk assessment...

    Gravidity and Parity Definitions (and their Implications in Risk Assessment) Professional

    Gravidity and Parity Definitions (and their Implications in Risk Assessment), Progress of labour does not appear to continue to improve with additional child-bearing. [ 5 ] ...

    Osteoporosis Risk Assessment and Primary Prevention Professional

    Osteoporosis Risk Assessment and Primary Prevention, Whom to assess: case finding Guidelines differ in their advice about who should have a fracture risk assessment...

    Assessment of the Patient with Established Diabetes Professional

    Assessment of the Patient with Established Diabetes, Current medication for other conditions, especially those designed to ameliorate cardiovascular risk such as diuretics, ...

    Stroke Prevention Professional

    See also separate Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Cardiovascular Risk Assessment articles. For tertiary prevention, see also separate Cerebrovascular Event Rehabilitati...

    Assessment of Drug Dependence Professional

    Assessment of Drug Dependence, Chronic heavy use (more than three times a day). 3-4 days 5-6 days 20 days Up to 45 days Assessment of ...

    HRT - Follow-up Assessments Professional

    HRT - Follow-up Assessments, After an initial three-month review, the current recommendations are for women to be reviewed on an annual basis thereafter, unless there are clinical indications...

    Breast Cancer Facts and Risk Factors Conditions

    Breast Cancer Facts and Risk Factors, If you are concerned that your risk of developing breast cancer is higher than usual because of your family history then see your doctor for assessme...

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