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Can Statins Help „Good Cholesterol“ to Become Even Better

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Author(s): Violeta Iric-Cupic | Srdjan Milanov | Goran Davidovic | Vladimir Zdravkovic | Jelena Vuckovic-Filipovic | Rada Vucic | Ivan Simic

Journal: Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences
ISSN 1857-5749

Volume: 6;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 244;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Hyperlipidemia | statins | atherosclerosis.

ABSTRACT
Background: Ischemic heart disease IHD is a most common manifestation of generalised atherosclerosis. Hyperlipidemia is one of the most significant risk factors causing atherosclerosis. Becouse of this, statin therapy is the guideline in therapy of hyperlipoproteinemia. Aim: The aim of this study was to show the hypolipemic effect of statins.Material and Methods: The research included 74 patients with hyperlipoproteinemia type II and III, with (59 patients) or without (15) coronary disease diagnosis. All patients have been treated with statins. In all patients, we analizing statins hypolipemic effects, and the research was carried out: before therapy, after 2 and 6 weeks, 3 months, and than every 3 months during 2 years of treatment. Results: Target value of lipoprotein profile parameter is achieved after 3-6 months of statin treatment. According to the results HDL-cholesterol was changed with the statins for 12.5% average; the highest average value change of 27.5% was recorded at the end of follow-up, and the minimal mean change, observed 2 weeks after therapy initiation was 4.59%.Conclusion: The statin therapy has significant effect on lipoprotein profile and atherogenic index. That effect is the most intensive after 3 month therapy, and target level of lipoprotein parameter are achieved after 3-6 months of statin treatment.
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