Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

Benefits of intensive multiple risk factor intervention

Slides (presentation) - Dec. 24, 2012

Slide lecture program (21 slides): View & Download

  1. Potential benefits of multifactorial approaches
  2. MRFIT: CVD mortality by diabetes status and number of baseline risk factors
  3. Evidence base for multiple risk factor intervention: the STENO-2 study
  4. STENO-2 study: Clinical outcomes
  5. STENO-2 study: Residual CV risk
  6. Risk factors for coronary artery disease
  7. Approaches to CVD prevention in diabetes
  8. The prevention of CV complications: a complex and multifactorial problem
  9. Frequently used therapies in diabetes
  10. Key findings from recent lipid-lowering trials
  11. Statins reduce all-cause death: Meta-analysis of 14 trials
  12. Benefits of aggressive LDL-C lowering in diabetes
  13. CARDS: cumulative hazard for any CVD endpoint
  14. Key findings from recent BP-lowering trials
  15. Greater benefit from hypertension control in type 2 diabetes: Syst-Eur study
  16. Risk reductions from intervention studies in type 2 diabetes
  17. Targets for glycaemic control
  18. Risk reduction in UKPDS 75
  19. UKPDS 34: Intensive glucose control and CV protection
Benefits of intensive multiple risk factor intervention
Potential benefits of multifactorial approaches
MRFIT: CVD mortality by diabetes status
Evidence base for multiple risk factor intervention
STENO-2 study: Clinical outcomes
STENO-2 study: Residual CV risk
Risk factors for coronary artery disease
Summary
Approaches to CVD prevention in diabetes
The prevention of CV complications
Frequently used therapies in diabetes
Key findings from recent lipid-lowering trials
Statins reduce all-cause death
Benefits of aggressive LDL-C lowering in diabetes
CARDS: cumulative hazard for any CVD endpoint
Key findings from recent BP-lowering trials
Syst-Eur study
Risk reductions from intervention studies in type 2 diabetes
Targets for glycaemic control
Risk reduction in UKPDS 75
UKPDS 34: Intensive glucose control and CV protection

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