Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

CV Risk and Lipids in Asia: Epidemiology

Slides (presentation) - Dec. 22, 2012

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  1. The Burden of CVD in Asia: Stroke Deaths by Country
  2. The Burden of CVD in Asia: CHD Deaths by Country
  3. Age-Standardized Stroke and CHD Death Rates by Country
  4. Stroke Type in China
  5. Projected Stroke and CHD Increase to 2030
  6. Burden of Diabetes in Asia
  7. High Cumulative Incidence of Stroke in Asians With Type 2 Diabetes
  8. Increase in Age-Standardized Mean Total Cholesterol Levels in East and Southeast Asia and Pacific Region
  9. Association of Stroke Mortality With Usual Total Cholesterol by Age
  10. Relationship of Cholesterol Level toCV Mortality in Asians
  11. Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and CHD Death or Nonfatal MI
  12. Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and Stroke
  13. Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and Ischemic Stroke
  14. Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and Hemorrhagic Stroke

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CV Risk and Lipids in Asia: Epidemiology
The Burden of CVD in Asia: Stroke Deaths by Country
The Burden of CVD in Asia: CHD Deaths by Country
Age-Standardized Stroke and CHD Death Rates by Country
Stroke Type in China
Projected Stroke and CHD Increase to 2030
Burden of Diabetes in Asia
High Cumulative Incidence of Stroke in Asians With Type 2 Diabetes
Increase in Age-Standardized Mean Total Cholesterol Levels
Increase in Age-Standardized Mean Total Cholesterol Levels
Relationship of CHD Mortality With Usual Total Cholesterol
Association of Stroke Mortality With Usual Total Cholesterol
Relationship of Cholesterol Level to CV Mortality in Asians
Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and CHD Death
Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and Stroke
Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and Ischemic Stroke
Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and Ischemic Stroke
Association Between Usual Cholesterol Level and Hemorrhagic Stroke:
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