April 07, 2016  

 

Not at LDL cholesterol goal? Consider statin responsiveness

Read the new Commentary article on the EAS Consensus Panel statement on statin-associated muscle symptoms "Not at LDL cholesterol goal? Consider statin responsiveness" elaborating on reasons for poor LDL-C control and on statin as a panacea.

EAS regularly publishes Commentary articles and Surveys within the field of Atherosclerosis on www.eas.society-org under "Publications".

Read the Commentary article >>
To other Commentary articles by EAS >>

The FH Score - a diagnostic support tool now certified in four countries

FH Score is a diagnosis support tool for use by healthcare professionals to support the diagnosis of adult patients at risk of heterozygous familial hypercholesterolaemia (HeFH), based on the EAS 2013 Consensus Statement on FH. The FH Score tool calculates a familial hypercholesterolaemia score for your patient, which can be used to determine the likelihood of an FH diagnosis.

The FH Score is currently certified as a medical device for use in Germany, UK, France and Belgium, and is available in German, English and French. It is intended to extend the certification for use to further EU countries in the near future. The FH Score Tool has been developed and funded by Amgen.

Read more about the FH score tool >>
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Welcome to the EAS Initiatives session & EAS Annual Members' General Assembly at EAS 2016 Innsbruck

At the 84th EAS Congress in Innsbruck, the Society's leadership will present updates on the Society's key activities and initiatives in the EAS initiatives session, Tuesday May 31, 15.00-16.30. This session is open to all congress participants, an opportunity to hear updates - and ask questions - on activities such as:

  • Publications - Atherosclerosis journal, guidelines & consensus papers
  • Education - EAS Academy & Advanced courses
  • Congress - plans for future congress
  • Communities - FH Studies Collaboration & European Lipoprotein Club

Immediately following this open session there will be a members-only General Assembly, to handle the Society's administrative & financial business.
EAS is looking for enthusiastic individuals who would like to become engaged in taking forward the Society's current initiatives, or have ideas for potential new activities. We welcome you to attend this session and become an active member of EAS.

 

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To the Programme>>

 
     
 
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