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LDL-C and risk of recurrent vascular events in patients with ischaemic stroke

香港大学中风研究及预防组 (HKU Stroke) 近日研究904位缺血性中风患者。研究发现,无论患者有否有任何颈部及颅内大动脉粥状硬化,低密度脂蛋白胆固醇 (LDL-C,「坏胆固醇」) 平均控制在 <1.8mmol/L的患者,与LDL-C 平均 ≥1.8mmol/L 的患者相比,7年內再中风、心脏病发或死亡的风险低35-50%。


Investigators from HKU Stroke recently followed-up 904 ischaemic stroke patients for an average of 7 years. We noted that regardless of whether patients had any significant atherosclerosis affecting the large arteries supplying the brain, those who achieved an average low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C, ‘bad cholesterol’) <1.8mmol/L had a 35-50% lower risk of another stroke, heart attack or death, compared to those who achieved an average LDL-C ≥1.8mmol/L. Our results highlight the importance of aggressive cholesterol control in patients with ischaemic stroke.


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HKU Stroke和香港大学秀圃老年研究中心近日推出的「风起航」App是为中风患者及照顾者提供的对抗中风一站式平台。


HKU Stroke and Sau Po Centre on Ageing recently launched the “WeRISE” App. The “WeRISE” App is a ‘one-stop’ platform for stroke patients and caregivers combating stroke.

Users of the “WeRISE” App can easily monitor and optimise their vascular risk factors such as blood pressure, sugars and cholesterol to prevent the risk of a stroke or heart attack. Tips on healthy diet as well as recommended recipes from accredited dietitians could also be found within the App!


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