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The importance of early diagnosis: how to identify patients with FH for diagnosis and referral

The importance of early diagnosis: how to identify patients with FH for diagnosis and referral

The importance of early diagnosis: how to identify patients with FH for diagnosis and referral

R. Dermot G. Neely
R. Dermot G. Neely
on behalf of the Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal and the British Journal of Primary Care Nursing

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Familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH) is under-diagnosed and under-treated, despite clear evidence-based guidelines for identification and management, and the availability of low-cost, generic, high-intensity statin treatment. Genetic cascade testing is the key to early diagnosis, which can help ensure that this treatment is no longer ‘too little, too late’.

This CPD module was published 7th July 2013 for a UK audience. Although the information contained within the module is still deemed relevant and guidelines correct. Studies, products, practices and data may have been updated since date of publication and Guidelines and practices in other countries may differ from those in the UK. Readers are advised to check their local guidance and product specifications.

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On completion of this course, the learner will gain further understanding of:
Familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH)
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R. Dermot G. Neely
on behalf of the Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal and the British Journal of Primary Care Nursing

PCCJ and BJPCN are digital platforms for primary care nurses, GPs and other healthcare professionals with a specific interest in cardiovascular disease, diabetes and related disorders.

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