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Management of the Patient With Triglycerides 200-499 mg/dl.

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    What are some of the causes of high triglycerides? What is the biggest health risk? And, for these patients, at what level is the risk greater for developing pancreatitis and coronary artery disease? Host Dr. Alan Brown welcomes Dr. Carl Orringer, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Cardiology Division, University of Miami Medical Center and Director of the Preventive Cardiovascular Medicine and LDL apheresis program. In this edition of Lipid Luminations, Dr. Orringer will discuss the management of the patients with triglycerides 200-499 mg/dl.

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    What are some of the causes of high triglycerides? What is the biggest health risk? And, for these patients, at what level is the risk greater for developing pancreatitis and coronary artery disease? Host Dr. Alan Brown welcomes Dr. Carl Orringer, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Cardiology Division, University of Miami Medical Center and Director of the Preventive Cardiovascular Medicine and LDL apheresis program. In this edition of Lipid Luminations, Dr. Orringer will discuss the management of the patients with triglycerides 200-499 mg/dl.

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