triglycerides


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triglycerides

n., pl. triglicéridos, combinación que resulta de una molécula de glicerol con tres moléculas de ácidos grasos diferentes; la presencia elevada de triglicéridos se considera un factor importante en el desarrollo de enfermedades cardiovasculares.
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These and other findings from the medical and scientific communities are confirming the importance of apoC-III and triglycerides as risk factors for cardiovascular and metabolic disease.
Although statins are effective in reducing heart attack risk, many users still often have high levels of triglycerides and go on to have heart attacks.
When low HDL was present in combination with an LDL greater than 130 mg/dL along with triglycerides elevated above cut points of 150 and 200 mg/dL, the incident CHD rates climbed to 20%-25%, with adjusted hazard ratios of 1.
A concentration-dependent association of nonfasting triglycerides with all-cause mortality was observed.
The study met its primary objective showing CaPre to be safe and effective in reducing triglycerides in patients with mild to severe hypertriglyceridemia.
It ends up in the liver, which repackages the free fatty acids as triglycerides.
Abnormal levels of triglycerides and other so-called lipid biomarkers have long been associated with increased risk for heart disease and atherosclerosis (plaque buildup inside arteries).
High levels of triglycerides carry an increased risk of metabolic abnormalities, heart disease, and premature death.
Triglycerides are usually measured in the fasting state at the lowest triglyceride level of the day according to the guidelines (6) but recent studies suggest that nonfasting triglyceride levels may be superior to fasting triglyceride levels to predict CAD (9-16).
The study included 90 subjects with high and very high triglycerides as well as subjects on stable doses of statins.
has unveiled Omeganol(TM), the first natural product for both cholesterol and triglyceride management, combining high-concentration omega-3 fish oils and tocotrienol-rich fractions from palm fruit and the annatto flower.
On the basis of kinetic metabolic studies in the fasting and fed states in patients with HIV-associated lipodystrophy, Sekhar et al (20,21) identified basic defects in adipocyte function that result in a marked acceleration of lipolysis, or hydrolysis of stored triglycerides leading to a net release of free fatty acids into the circulation.