Early Diagnosis of Coronary Heart Disease: 2nd Paavo Nurmi

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Calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) to see if you are at a healthy weight. The apo B:apo A-I ratio was associated with future CAD events independent of traditional lipid values, including total cholesterol:HDL cholesterol ratio (adjusted odds ratio, 1.85), and independent of the Framingham risk score (OR, 1.77). Although the STOP-NIDDM trial was not initially powered to answer that question, the analysis of the data using the Cox proportional hazards and the log-rank test showed that acarbose treatment was associated with a significant reduction in cardiovascular events.

Pages: 232

Publisher: S. Karger; 1 edition (December 1, 1972)

ISBN: 3805513526

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