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usb disk security 6 keygen free download infinitybox best crack download The researchers, led by Michael G. Nanna, MD, of Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, sought to evaluate differences in statin use between white and black patients and identify potential causes for any observed differences.

sat live keygen They analyzed the health data of 5,689 patients from the 2015 Patient and Provider Assessment of Lipid Management (PALM) Registry data to compare statin use and dosing between black and white outpatient adults who may have been eligible for primary of secondary prevention statins.

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pes 2013 keygen generator download Based on the 2013 American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association cholesterol guidelines that recommend moderate or high-intensity statin therapy, dependent on patient risk, only 33 percent of blacks received the appropriate statin intensity compared to 44 percent of whites. 

hotspot shield crack 3.23 free download “Lower use of appropriate intensity statins among African American patients compared with white patients contributed to higher LDL-C levels observed among African American patients. Given that the association between even a modest LDL-C reduction and cardiovascular disease risk reduction of major vascular events is well established, differences in appropriate statin therapy use and corresponding differences in LDL-C levels may partially explain differences in ASCVD burden between African American and white adults,” Nanna and colleagues wrote.

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wis asra crack “Future interventions must consider this complexity while being driven by identified patient perceptions, attitudes, and concerns,” Nanna et al. concluded. “While improving racial disparities may help reduce the burden of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease in African American patients, most African American and white patients were not receiving guideline-appropriate statin therapy. Greater emphasis on following national guidelines when treating both African American patients and white patients may improve care and outcomes for all patients.”

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