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Lowering Cholesterol Medical
It is believed that some new procedures can remove some of the build up of plaque in the arteries brought about by lowering cholesterol. Other therapies involve non-surgical methods used to treat other conditions, but which have been found to have an impact on cholesterol. There is no quick fix to high cholesterol if you do not make changes in your diet and lifestyle.
While procedures such as surgery may offer immediate help for those who are facing a critical stroke or heart attack, there are much less invasive ways to manage cholesterol. The good news is that the medical community is learning to detect the extent and severity of the damage done to the arteries in innovative ways that may save lives.
Read the following articles to learn
about medical procedures that are used to lower cholesterol:
Devices and Procedures to Lower Cholesterol
Sometimes doctors recommend certain procedures and devices to surgically remove the dangerous build up of plaque resulting from long term high cholesterol.
MRIs Used to Monitor Cholesterol Drugs
The impact of statin drugs in removing the build-up from artery walls was only assumed until Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) confirmed the results.
Side Effects Of HRT
Recent studies of the cholesterol levels in older women seem to indicate
that cholesterol is lowered slightly for some older women who undergo
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).
Cholesterol Treatment ApoA-l Milano Mimics HDL Action
The good cholesterol, which is the High Density Lipoprotein (HDL), needs to be high enough in relation to the bad cholesterol called Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL).
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