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Diagnosis and Management of Dyslipidemia

  • Merle MyersonEmail author
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Abstract

The development and use of antiretroviral medications to treat patients infected with HIV have dramatically changed the course of this disease from one that was fatal to a chronic and more manageable condition. Recent epidemiologic studies have shown that people infected with HIV have an increased risk of CVD at all ages compared to the general population that remains even after control of traditional risk factors. It is anticipated that CVD will become the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in this patient population making diagnosis and management of CVD risk factors, in particular dyslipidemia, essential to patient care.

While HIV medical associations have made recommendations, there are no specific and comprehensive guidelines or risk stratification schemes for management of dyslipidemia in patients infected with HIV. Recommendations and guidelines for the general population are presented in this review with suggestions as to how they may be applied to this patient population. Issues for which there is little or no information available are noted to highlight the many gaps in our knowledge regarding diagnosis and management of dyslipidemia for patients living with HIV.

Keywords

HIV Antiretroviral therapy Risk prediction 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Division of Cardiology, Bassett Medical CenterBassett Research Institute, Center for Clinical ResearchCooperstownUSA

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