Comparative prognostic utility of conventional and novel lipid parameters for cardiovascular disease risk prediction: do novel lipid parameters offer an advantage?

@article{Manickam2011ComparativePU,
  title={Comparative prognostic utility of conventional and novel lipid parameters for cardiovascular disease risk prediction: do novel lipid parameters offer an advantage?},
  author={Palaniappan Manickam and Ankit Dineshbhai Rathod and Sidakpal S. Panaich and Pawan Hari and Vikas Veeranna and Apurva Omkar Badheka and Sony Jacob and Luis Afonso},
  journal={Journal of clinical lipidology},
  year={2011},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={82-90}
}
BACKGROUND Comparative data on the prognostic utility of novel lipid parameters vs. conventional lipid parameters in predicting coronary events are scant. OBJECTIVE We sought to compare the predictive value of various lipid measures for coronary events and to further examine the incremental value of novel lipid parameters over traditional cardiovascular risk factors in estimating cardiac risk. METHODS We performed a post-hoc analysis of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute limited… CONTINUE READING

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The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
We performed a post - hoc analysis of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute limited access dataset of Multi - Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis subjects ( n = 6693 ) .
We performed a post - hoc analysis of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute limited access dataset of Multi - Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis subjects ( n = 6693 ) .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
The outcome measured was occurrence of any coronary event ( CE ) that included myocardial infarction , resuscitated cardiac arrest , cardiac death , and angina .
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