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Medicina y Seguridad del Trabajo

versión On-line ISSN 1989-7790versión impresa ISSN 0465-546X


PALLARES CARRATALA, Vicente et al. Dyslipemia in our society: is there anything beyond lipid profile?. Med. segur. trab. [online]. 2018, vol.64, n.253, pp.345-353. ISSN 1989-7790.

Two relevant aspects of occupational medicine are studying the health of the individual in their occupational environment and promoting healthy occupational environments.

Currently, cardiovascular risk factors continue to lead morbidity and mortality in our society. The occupational environment is the opportunity to know the real situation and initiate early prevention strategies. One of the most prevalent factors are the alterations of the lipids, being the LDL cholesterol (low-density lipoprotein) the one that defines the risk of the patient, but we know that it does not identify all patients at risk of suffering an event, persisting a residual risk.

Determining the number and size of lipoprotein particles by nuclear magnetic resonance provides added value in the identification of patients with lipid risk. This review presents an update of the status of lipid risk and shows the characteristics of a new method for the characterization of lipoproteins based on 2D diffusion NMR spectroscopy.

Palabras clave : Occupational Medicine; Cardiovascular Risk; Lipids.

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