150-199 mg/dl TG’s
100-149 mg/dl TG’s
200-399 mg/dl TG’s
Nerve damage, drop foot
Microvascular disease, PVD
All of the above
Taking medications to lower blood glucose.
Eliminating sugar from the diet.
Physical activity and weight loss
All of these are equally effective.
Over 65, minority race, obesity, history of diabetes and other disease states (HTN, CVD, Fatty liver, and PCOS) present.
Increased waist circumference (>102 cm [>40 in] for men, >88 cm [>35 in] for women); elevated triglycerides (≥150 mg/dl); low HDL cholesterol (
Obesity, HTN diagnosis of a blood pressure >120/80mm/Hg, positive OGTT >200mg/dl, High LDL cholesterol above >100 mg/dl, triglycerides over 400 mg/dl.
None of the above
Loss of appetite
Weakness and fatigue
Excess pressure can damage the glomeruli
High levels of circulating glucose can cause glomeruli damage
Insulin level can cause damage to the kidneys
Diabetes does not cause kidney damage, kidney damage may cause diabetes
The Friedewald over estimates LDL when triglycerides climb above 400mg/dl
Friedewald equation tends to underestimate LDL most when accuracy is most crucial
Friedewald is good to use in all patients except for those at high risk
Up to 60% of patients needed to be reclassified when comparing the VAP the BLP.
B and D both
Over 2 million
Small Dense LDL pattern
Low HDL2 cholesterol
All apply to diabetic dyslipidemia
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