lipid profile

lipid profile

Lab medicine A battery of tests performed on a multichannel chemical analyzer–total cholesterol, LDL-C, HDL-C and TGs, which is used to stratify the risk of suffering ASHD-related M&M

lipid profile

A clinical chemistry assessment of the levels of fats in a patient's blood. The measurements include total cholesterol, total triglycerides, high- and low-density lipoproteins, and sometimes apolipoprotein E.

lipid profile,

n a series of tests used to gauge a person's risk for coro-nary heart conditions. Blood levels examined in a lipid profile include those for total cholesterol, LDL- and HDL-cholesterol, and triglycerides.
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The clear association of higher levels of CRF with a delayed elevation of the blood lipid profile shows that "promoting CRF may contribute to a possible delay of dyslipidemia and its related atherosclerosis and CVD," said Dr.
7,8] This study was conducted to show the effect of tobacco chewing on the lipid profile in male subjects.
The company's handheld, highly-accurate and cost-effective diagnostic devices allow the rapid assessment of a patient's HbA1c, lipid profile and glucose at the point-of-care.
The usual lipid profile consists of different categories of cholesterol in the bloodstream," says Benjamin A.
The study was carried out focussing mainly on the evaluation of the effects of Bamirad cheese on blood lipid profile of male rats in which the cheese was a supplement in the rats feed.
The objective of this study was carried out to find the lipid profile in hypothyroid patients in asymptomatic previously undiagnosed cases and to correlate different components of lipid profile with TSH and fT4.
ALX-induced diabetes decreased body weight, increased glucose level, decreased insulin content, enhanced the levels of cardiac damage markers and altered lipid profile in the plasma.
After an overnight fasting, blood specimens were drawn for lipid profile where total cholesterol, high density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides were measured by standard enzymatic endpoint methods and LDL-cholesterol by Friedweld's formula.
Effects of cinnamon consumption on glycemic status, lipid profile and body composition in type 2 diabetic patients.
They found that moderate- to hard-intensity aerobic training inconsistently results in an improvement in the blood lipid profile, with the data insufficient to establish dose-response relationships.
Therefore, study of lipid profile in the general population is important in society.
These changes in the eating schedule would be expected to affect the lipid profile (the measure of cholesterol in the blood) and there have been several small studies that showed some effects of Ramadan fasting on lipid profile but there was no consistent result.