Mayo Clinic Connect
Mayo Clinic cardiologist Dr. Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, talks about heart disease and how to prevent it.
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Dr. Lopez-Jimenez answered questions following the live event.
What is a better indicator of heart disease, (atherosclerotic) quality or quantity of cholesterol, especially LDL?
Which measure is a better predictor of heart disease, cholesterol levels or the ratio of HDL to Triglycerides?
I saw an article about senescent cells playing a role in heart health and possible treatments that help by getting rid of them. Is the science behind this sound?
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I’d like to invite you to listen to Dr. Francisco Lopez-Jimenez who will discuss “Heart disease and How To Prevent It” on Facebook Live today, Thursday Feb 2, at 11am CT.
Dr. Lopez-Jimenez will answer questions live during the event. Post a question before and during the event.
You can sign up here: http://mayocl.in/2jHpz6U
You do not need a Facebook account to be able to watch the broadcast. You will also be able to watch it right here on this page on Connect.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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Is there any prevention for A-fib?
Common meds include Amiodarone and others. There are side effects from all, so you need to be mindful. Some people have Afib and have no problems, but others maybe at great risk – according to cardiologists we have seen. Dialysis can cause Afib. Correctly done it can be avoided.
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