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|William E Feeman Jr|
|Wood County Hospital, USA|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Clin Exp Cardiolog|
|There is not a consensus of opinion on statin therapy of dyslipidemia in the oldest of the very of patient population. This is a case report of a 75 year old woman who sustained an acute myocardial infarction. Because her attending physician did nothing in the way of treating her dyslipidemia, the patient began to attend the author’s clinic. She started to take stain therapy and aspirin. Her initial course was marked by recurrent chest pains, and a calcium channel blocker was added. The chest pains subsequently resolved and the patient has done well on super-stain therapy, combined with aspirin and calcium channel therapy- with no other interventions, medical or surgical. She is doing well, living in her own home, at age 101½ years. This is a report of a unique case showing that optimal medical therapy including super-stain therapy can be effective in controlling dyslipidemia even in the oldest of the very old patients with dyslipidemia.|
William E Feeman Jr. is a Physician at Wood County Hospital. He is the Founder of Association for the Prevention of Atherothrombotic Disease in Northwest Ohio to facilitate the spread of knowledge about this disease.
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