Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease

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Johnny Chahine

University of Minnesota

PublishedApril 6th, 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.94673

ISBN978-1-83968-709-9

Print ISBN978-1-83968-708-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83968-710-5

Copyright year2022

Number of pages228

Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease raises awareness about the importance of early recognition and prevention of modifiable cardiovascular risk factors. Some non-modifiable factors, like diabetes, can even be impacted by lifestyle modification (like weight loss) early in the disease. This book also describes cardiovascular risk factors in different patient populations and work settings.

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2. Vascular Calcification and Cardiovascular Risk in Chronic Kidney Disease: A Problem That Is Here to Stay

By Eduarda Castanheiro Esteves Carias, Roberto Calças Marques and Ana Paula Andrade da Silva

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4. Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Diseases in Aircrew

By Nathan B. Buila, Gilbert K. Kabanda, Elysee M-C. Munyoka, Jean-Marc B. Bantu and Jean René M’Buyamba-Kabangu

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5. Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Children

By Mirjam Močnik and Nataša Marčun Varda

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9. Residual Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Dyslipidemia

By Van Si Nguyen, Xuan Truong Tran, Thanh Duy Vo and Quang Truong Le

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10. Experimental Model of Cardiotoxicity

By Oytun Erbaş, İlknur Altuntaş, Özge Çağlar, Elif Özyilmaz, Ece Sari, İlayda Üzümcü and Kaan Erbakan

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