Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

LDL vs Lp(a) cholesterol: confounding

5' education - May 24, 2019 - EAS-endorsed Lp(a) satellite meeting - Calvin Yeang, MD, PhD – San Diego, CA, USA

Lp(a) meeting Existing clinical LDL-c assays cannot distinguish LDL-c from Lp(a)-c. Dr. Yeang discusses how Lp(a)-c is included in LDL-c measurements and what the clinical impact of measuring Lp(a)-c can be.

Educational information

This lecture by Calvin Yeang was part of the EAS-endorsed satellite meeting "The imminent danger of Lp(a): Time to face the challenge" held prior to the 87th EAS congress in Maastricht


Calvin Yeang, MD, PhD, physician scientist, San Diego, CA, USA


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