2) As a result of this study, the National Cholesterol Education Program published a series of recommendations regarding screening children for hyperlipidemia in 1992 that was adopted by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
What does HLD stand for?
HLD stands for Hyperlipidemia
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- High Lift Device (aviation)
- High Lumen Density
- High-Level Dialogue
- High-Level Disinfection
- Hold (baseball relief pitcher statistic)
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- Homeland Defense (US)
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- Human Lawn Dart (bicycling)
- Hypersensitivity Lung Disease
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- Heteroscedastic Linear Discriminant Analysis
- High Level Design Automation
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- Highway Loss Data Institute
- Hold Acknowledge
- Holland Library Data Archive (Washington State University)
- Homeschool Legal Defense Association (also seen as HSLDA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Paperback RC682 Crook (science, University of Greenwich, London) presents cases on cardiovascular risk and hyperlipidemia for those working in primary or secondary care.
In conclusion, AMFJ showed an antihyperlipidemic effect in rats with hyperlipidemia and could be valuable in reducing this factor of cardiovascular risk.
Davignon and Dufour are both affiliated with the Hyperlipidemia and Atherosclerosis Research Group at the Clinical Research Institute of Montreal, Canada.
Research: Researchers performed a multicenter, randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel-group trial of 143 patients with hypercholesterolemia or combined hyperlipidemia having a baseline LDL cholesterol of 150 mg/dl and either no or one cardiovascular risk factor other than known coronary heart disease, or baseline LDL-C levels of between 150 and 189 mg/dl and two or more risk factors.
J-LIT, which covers approximately 50,000 hyperlipidemia patients in Japan, is designed to examine the correlations among the administration of simvastatin, serum lipid levels, and risk of ischemic disorder.
The investigators conducted a case-control study of 4,409 patients 18 years or older who developed hyperlipidemia after being diagnosed and treated for schizophrenia, matched with 8,228 controls by gender and age who were diagnosed with schizophrenia but not hyperlipidemia (J.