Know How to Manage Dyslipidemia in Patients Living With HIV

Better antiretroviral therapy means more patients with HIV will face dyslipidemia and CV disease...instead of opportunistic infections.

HIV itself increases CV risk...possibly by triggering inflammatory mediators linked to atherosclerosis or activating platelets.

And early use of antiretrovirals is key...since uncontrolled HIV carries a higher risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure, etc.

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