antilipemic

antihyperlipidemic

 [an″te-, an″ti-hi″per-lip″ĭde´mik]
1. promoting a reduction of lipid levels in the blood.
2. an agent that promotes a reduction of lipid levels in the blood.

antilipemic

/an·ti·li·pe·mic/ (-lĭ-pe´mik) antihyperlipidemic.

antilipemic

(ant″i-li-pē′mik) [ anti- + lipemic]
1. Preventing or counteracting the accumulation of fatty substances in the blood.
2. An agent that prevents or counteracts the accumulation of fatty substances in the blood.
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Combined antihypertensive and antilipemic therapy as one of the pillars in the poly-pharmacologic preventive strategy for patients with high cardiovascular risk.
Medication name Medication type Oral health effect(s) Fluticasone Nasal corticosteroid None reported ProAir HFA Beta2 agonist Xerostomia Adcirca Phosphodiesterast-5 None reported inhibitor Torsemide Antihypertensive None reported Warfarin Vitamin K antagonist Oral ulcers, taste distortion Ability Antipsychotic Xerostomia Pravachol Antilipemic agent None reported Spironolactone Antihypertensive, None reported diuretic Allopurinol Anti-gout None Trazadone Antidepressant Severe xerostomia Lamictal Anticonvulsant Xerostomia Colchicine Anti-gout Bosentan (generic Endothelia receptor Brandname Tracleer) antagonist, Tracleer vasodilator reported to cause periodontal bleeding.
The remaining 33 agents are classified as anorexiant (1), anticoagulant (1), anticonvulsant (1), antidote (1), antilipemic (1), antineoplastic (11), antituberculosis (1), dermatologic (1), endocrine/metabolic (3), gastrointestinal (4), hematologic (1), immunologic (2), impotence (1), ophthalmic (2), respiratory (1), and urinary tract agent (1).
Advanced age, diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, female sex, medications, renal insufficiency are associated with higher rates of adverse effects for antilipemic agents (7).
Specific antilipemic medications were not thought to be necessary until reassessment of the patient's lipid status after appropriate treatment and improvement of her cholestasis.
Keywords: Diabetes mellitus type 2; Cecropia obtusifolia; Marrubium vulgare; Antilipemic agent; Hypoglycemic agent
Adjusted mean hormone levels, controlling for age, BMI, and use of antilipemic, antihypertensive, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, were evaluated using two methods.
Morbidity trends in most European countries will boost bulk markets for antilipemic agents, thrombolytic agents and cardiac drugs.
Targretin capsule dose reductions and antilipemic therapy were used to control hypertriglyceridemia in five of the nine patients.
Vytorin is a combination antilipemic medication that contains ezetimibe (Zetia) and simvastatin (Zocor) in one pill.
In addition to pharmacological agents such as ACE inhibitors, hormone replacement therapy drugs, many of the drugs used in diabetes treatment, statin class antilipemics, pathophysiological factors like hyperglycemia, hypertriglyceridemia, smoking, insulin resistance, affect fibrinolytic activity in a positive or negative way (14, 21).