Hypercholesterolemia in Las Vegas, NV

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Exhibiting no symptoms, high cholesterol (or hypercholesterolemia) can limit blood flow, increasing the risk of a heart attack or stroke. Detected by a blood test, treatments may include medications, a healthy diet, and exercise. As an advanced research facility, Clinical Research of South Nevada is a primary care and systemic study practice. Our mission is to improve and prolong the life and health of our patients affected by disease. We conduct rigorous tests, screenings, and treatments based on evidence-based clinical research. Schedule a consultation at our Las Vegas, NV office to manage your high cholesterol.

As part of our clinical research on hypercholesterolemia, we may study any genetic connection of high cholesterol in adults so we'll ask you about your family medical history. This condition is typically treated with oral medication, specifically statins, which block the substance the liver needs to create the bad cholesterol. Other treatments include a healthy diet and regular exercise. Our researchers will prescribe the best therapy for your condition and monitor your progress for optimal disease management. We will track clinical outcomes and any concerns you may have during your treatment.

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Our experienced practitioners can diagnose high cholesterol and tailor a treatment plan that suits your situation. High cholesterol can worsen and lead to a number of heart issues, like heart attacks or heart disease. To learn more about your heart health and about our hypercholesterolemia trials, request an appointment at our office in Las Vegas, NV and schedule a physical exam.

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How will I know if I have hypercholesterolemia?
Hypercholesterolemia usually doesn’t present with any symptoms. However, it can typically be diagnosed with a blood test that includes a lipid panel. If high cholesterol goes untreated and undiagnosed, it can lead to severe problems, like stroke or heart attack.
What are the ideal levels of cholesterol I should shoot for?
The American Heart Association recommends that adults aim for a total cholesterol level of less than 200 mg/dL, an LDL, or bad cholesterol, level of less than 100 mg/dL, an HDL, or good cholesterol, level of 60 mg/dL or higher, and triglycerides of less than 150 mg/dL. However, ideal levels may vary depending on a person's overall health and medical history, and should be discussed with your practitioner at Clinical Research of South Nevada.
What is familial hypercholesterolemia?
Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) is an inherited genetic disorder that causes high cholesterol levels in the blood. It is caused by gene mutations that lead to an inability to remove LDL cholesterol from the blood. FH increases the probability of developing heart disease early and a greater risk of heart attack and stroke in adulthood. It affects approximately 1 in every 250 people in the United States.
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