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MSDA 2017 REGISTER AND SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT ONLINE NOW!
Online registration and abstract submission is now open for the 12th Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes and Atherosclerosis Congress (MSDA 2017), St. Petersburg, Russia, 8-10 June, 2017.
 
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R3i editorial
24 April 2017

Prof. Jean Charles Fruchart, Prof. Michel Hermans, Prof. Pierre Amarenco
Residual cardiovascular risk in the Middle East: a perfect storm in the makingRead more...

Continuing our theme of residual cardiovascular risk in developing regions we turn our attention to countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), a region in critical health flux.
Already in 2010, ischaemic heart disease was the leading cause of death and disability in the region, driven by the dual epidemics of type 2 diabetes and obesity. Data from the International Federation of Diabetes show that more than 35 million people living in the MENA region have diabetes and this number is expected to double by 2040. One in 10 adults has diabetes, half of them undiagnosed ...
PCSK9 and Atherosclerosis
Downloadable slidekit
PCSK9 downloadable slidekit
Created by Professors Jean Davignon (Vice-President of the R3i foundation), Jean-Charles Fruchart (President of R3i) and Michel Hermans (R3i General Secretary), the latest downloadable deck of 242 slides discusses the potential role for anti-PCSK9 mAbs in the future management of cardiovascular disease.
landmark study
24 April 2017

ACCORDION: Does fenofibrate have a legacy effect in lipid-related residual cardiovascular risk in type 2 diabetes? Read more...

The ACCORD Lipid trial did not show a significant effect on cardiovascular risk associated with fenofibrate treatment in type 2 diabetes patients on simvastatin therapy, although there was evidence of potential benefit in patients with atherogenic dyslipidaemia at baseline (1). It has been argued that...
focus on...
24 April 2017

High mortality risk in ischaemic stroke patients in Arab countriesRead more...

Stroke is important contributor to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. In developing regions, such as the Middle East and North Africa, projected rates of death due to stroke are anticipated to double by 2030 (1). The current report also shows that among individuals with a history...
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Abdominal adiposity and risk for type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease Read more...

A report in JAMA supports a causal association between abdominal...
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Call for action for dyslipidaemia in Middle EastRead more...

This call for action paper from a panel of experts...
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Impairment of HDL function in post-infarct patientsRead more...

This report shows that the functionality of high-density lipoproteins (HDL)...
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Increased burden of coronary artery disease with elevated BMIRead more...

Data from the Partners Healthcare CT Registry in consecutive patients...
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Residual cardiovascular risk in a real-world settingRead more...

One in eight very high risk patients remain at high...

What is residual risk ?

Residual risk of vascular events persisting in patients at treatment goals according to current standards of care or failing to meet goals, including risk related to dyslipidemia, high blood pressure, hyperglycemia, systemic inflammation and unhealthy lifestyles.

What is the Initiative ?

The R3i, a worldwide, academic, multidisciplinary non-profit organization, aims to successfully address the excessively high risk of macro- and micro-vascular complications in patients with atherogenic dyslipidemia, characterised by elevated triglycerides and low levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and unaddressed by current standards of care.