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Lipid Profiles & NSW. LCDR Jim Mucciarone NSWG-2 16 July 2008. Study. Reviewed age, height, weight, total cholesterol, LDL, HDL and Triglycerides in 85 SEAL physicals conducted in CY 2007. Compared results with ATP-III standards for Cholesterol and LDL. Target for cholesterol < 200 mg/dl

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lipid profiles nsw

Lipid Profiles &NSW

LCDR Jim Mucciarone

NSWG-2

16 July 2008

study
Study
  • Reviewed age, height, weight, total cholesterol, LDL, HDL and Triglycerides in 85 SEAL physicals conducted in CY 2007.
  • Compared results with ATP-III standards for Cholesterol and LDL.
    • Target for cholesterol < 200 mg/dl
    • Target for LDL < 130 mg/dl
results
Results
  • Avg Age: 32.83 (21-52)
  • Avg Cholesterol: 186.6 (108-312)
  • Avg LDL: 119.9 (70-221)
  • 22/85 (25.9%) Total Chol > 200
  • 23/85 (27.1%) LDL > 130
biases
Biases
  • Age
    • 5 years AD, Retirement Physicals included
  • Medications
    • Excluded personnel known to be on meds
  • Fasting
    • Assumed patients fasted appropriately
significance
Significance
  • Increased serum cholesterol significantly associated with increased risk of death before age 50 (Klag, et al, NEJM, 1993)
  • Men < 39 y/o with serum cholesterol > 200 have increased overall mortality
    • > 240 = 2.10 to 3.63 RR of CHD or CVD death
  • Men < 39 y/o with chol < 200 = 3.8 to 8.7 years of life (Stamler, et al, JAMA, 2000)
  • “Grow the Force”
treatment
Treatment
  • Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes
    • Reduce Sat Fats/Cholesterol
    • Reduce Body Weight
    • Increase stanols/sterols and fiber
    • Increase physical activity
  • Prefer to avoid statins
    • Lifelong medication
    • Assoc with muscle pain
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