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International Workshop - The role of dyslipidaemias in determining cardiovascular risk: from lifestyle to pharmacological intervention
Naples (Italy), November 17-18, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

Programme

 

 

 

November 17, 2018



INTRODUCTION

Introduction and scope of the meeting • A.L. Catapano
EAS activities and initiatives • L. Tokgözoglu

 

 

WHAT TO DO BEFORE INITIATING PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPY

Lifestyle interventions • B. Föger
Role of nutraceuticals • M. Pirro


WHAT TO DO BEFORE INITIATING PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPY

HDL • A.L Catapano
TG/NON-HDL-C • B. Ference
Addressing residual CV risk • A. Zambon


ACHIEVING LDL-C GOALS IN HIGH AND VERY HIGH RISK PATIENTS

Statins • E. Bruckert
Ezetimibe and Combination therapy • L. Masana
PCSK9 inhibitors • G. Watts


LIPID-LOWERING GUIDELINES: PRESENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES

Round Table • A.L. Catapano and L. Tokgözoglu

 

 

 

November 18, 2018


 

FAMILIAL DYSLIPIDAEMIAS AND VERY HIGH RISK PATIENTS

FH detection and treatment • G. Watts
The very high risk patients • A. Zambon


INTERACTIVE SESSION: ANSWERS FROM THE PARTICIPANTS

Counseling and life style intervention: people at moderate risk • C. Jennings
Adherence and persistence to therapy: high CV risk patients • L. Masana

 

 

 



The programme was made possible thanks to an unrestricted educational grant from