Lipid DisordersLipid Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Approach
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About this title:
Elsevier Clinics Collections
Lipid Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Approach draws from Elsevier's robust Clinics Review Articles database to provide multidisciplinary teams - including general practitioners, cardiologists, endocrinologists, pathologists, cardiologists, rheumatologists, and hepatologists - with practical clinical advice and insights on this highly prevalent condition and its comorbidities.
These articles guide readers on how to apply current primary research findings on lipid disorders to everyday practice to help overcome challenges and complications, keep up with new and improved treatment methods, and improve patient outcomes.
- Areas of focus include lipids and biomarkers, lipids and pharmacotherapy, lipids and heart disease, lipids and chronic disease, lipids and paediatrics, lipids and women’s health and special considerations.
- Each article begins with keywords and key points for immediate access to the most critical information.
- Articles are presented in an easy-to-digest and concisely worded format.
"Lipid Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Approach is intended as a reference of the current, research-based practice guidelines in the management of patients with multiple types of lipid disorders. This book would be helpful to all physicians, but most specifically internists, endocrinologists, and cardiologists at all levels of training. This is an essential guide that describes the relationship lipids have with their biomarkers, women's health, paediatrics, chronic diseases, and, of course, heart disease. It parses the most current clinical data in a manner that relates directly to the most common lipid disorders. Numerous graphics and tables complement the text very well. This is an excellent reference for providers in the many specialties that are involved in the management of patients with lipid disorders. It describes the current guideline-based therapy and the clinical data from which it is derived." - Samy Abdelghani MD (Ochsner Clinic Foundation), for Doody's Review Service
Editorial Advisor: Joel J Heidelbaugh