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Lipids


  • Serum

  • Lipids, total: 400-800 mg/dl
  • Cholesterol, total: 120-200 mg/dl
  • Low-density lipoprotein (LDL): < 130mg/dl
  • High-density lipoprotein (HDL):
    1. Male: 44-45 mg/dl
    2. Female: 55 mg/dl
  • LDL : HDL ratio: < 3
  • Triglycerides
    1. Male:
      • < 40 years: 46-316 mg/dl
      • > 50 years: 75-313 mg/dl
    2. Female:
      • < 40 years: 37-174 mg/dl
      • > 50 years: 522-200 mg/dl

  • To identify individuals at risk for CAD and as an evaluation tool to determine the effectiveness of "heart-healthy" changes in lifestyle
  • VLDL and LDL related to CAD, but HDL may protect from CAD

  • Cholesterol
    1. Alcoholism
    2. Arteriosclerosis
    3. CAD
    4. Diabetes mellitus
    5. Hepatitis (early stage)
    6. High-fat diet
    7. Myxedema
    8. Obstructed bile duct
    9. Pancreatitis
  • HDL
    1. Alcoholism
    2. Diabetes mellitus
    3. Exercise
    4. Myxedema
    5. Nephrotic syndrome
    6. Pancreatitis
  • LDL
    1. Alcoholism
    2. CAD
    3. Diabetes mellitus

  • Cholesterol
    1. Hyperalimentation
    2. Hyperthyroidism
    3. Liver disease
    4. Malabsorption
    5. Malnutrition
  • HDL
    1. Arteriosclerosis
    2. Hyperalimentation
    3. Hypothyroidism
    4. Malabsorption
    5. Malnutrition

  • Diet high in fat
  • Dieting
  • Trauma
  • Infarction











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