Audio Podcasts from USC Annenberg School School for Communication.
Harry is a 72-year-old with diabetes and hypertension but no primary event with LDL-C 110 mg/dL and 1-year ASCVD risk score of 43%. Although he is a candidate for high-intensity statin therapy, atorvastatin 10 mg daily is the highest dose he tolerates.Bởi Annenberg Center for Health Sciences
Anisa is a 54-year-old with hypertension and stage 3 chronic kidney disease (but not diabetes mellitus) and LDL-C <190 mg/dL despite high-intensity statin therapy. Results of clinical trials show that reducing atherogenic lipoproteins to very low levels (LDL-C <50 mg/dL) is beneficial in reducing the risk of a cardiovascular event compared to highe…
Jessica is a 24-year-old with heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia with LDL-C hyperlipidemia despite high-intensity statin therapy. The benefits and limitations of the addition of ezetimibe or a PCSK9 inhibitor are discussed.Bởi Annenberg Center for Health Sciences
Mateo is a 68-year-old male treated with moderate-intensity statin therapy who needs treatment intensification for secondary prevention. Treatment options are discussed based on clinical trials such as IMPROVE-IT, ODYSSEY Long Term, FOURIER, and GLAGOV.Bởi Annenberg Center for Health Sciences
Patients who receive a prescription for statin therapy often remain at increased cardiovascular risk due to elevated low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C). Organizations such as the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, and National Lipid Association have developed algorithms to guide the management of patients with LDL-…
Politics, War... and more Edward R. Murrow Fellows Deans Open Forum with guests from the Edward R. Murrow Fellows Program April 6, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
No More Peace: How Disaster, Terror and War Have Upstaged Media Events A presentation by Elihu Katz April 3, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
"The News" Has New Faces... In the US and China With Donald Tang, Lisa Ling, and Yang Lan March 1, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
School of Journalism "How Journalists Work" Series Featuring Dean Baquet January 25, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
Excursions into the New Psychology of Entertainment Featuring Dolf Zillman February 27, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
Politics, War... and more Featuring Benjamin Barber, Nick Goldburg, Fathi Osman, Shakeel Syed, Diane Winston February 23, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
Walt Fisher Lecture: From Disasters to WoW: Enabling Communities with Cyberinfrastructure Featuring Noshir Contractor February 2, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
Dean's Open Forum Photography and Social Change: the 1956 Hungarian Revolution January 26, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
Press-Government Dependence and the Battle of Public Information on the Iraq War Presentation by Lance Bennett January 23, 2006Bởi Take One Productions, Inc.
Walter Cronkite at USC Annenberg PodcastBởi Take One Productions, Inc.