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IV. Выводы:

  1. Уровень активности Лп-ФЛА2 прямо коррелирует с уровнем ХС, ХС ЛНП, ТГ, мочевой кислоты и обратно с уровнем ХС ЛВП. Уровень массы Лп-ФЛА2 прямо коррелирует с уровнем ХС и ХС ЛНП. Не выявлена связь уровня Лп-ФЛА2 с полом, возрастом, курением, артериальной гипертонией, уровнем Лп(а).

  2. У больных низкой категории риска масса и активность Лп-ФЛА2 ниже, чем у больных более высоких категорий риска. У больных очень высокого, высокого и умеренного риска уровни Лп-ФЛА2 значимо не различаются.

  3. Уровень Лп-ФЛА2 коррелирует с показателями выраженности атеросклероза сонных артерий. Максимальный и суммарный стеноз сонных артерий достоверно больше у лиц с повышенным уровнем Лп-ФЛА2, измеренным по активности, но не по массе.

  4. Имеется корреляция (r=0.4) между уровнем Лп-ФЛА2, измеренным по массе и по активности. С выраженностью атеросклероза сонных артерий в большей степени ассоциируется уровень Лп-ФЛА2, измеренный по активности. Уровни Лп-ФЛА2 по массе и по активности в равной степени ассоциируются с категориями сердечно-сосудистого риска.

  5. У больных, принимающих статины, уровень Лп-ФЛА2, измеренный по массе, ниже, чем у пациентов, не принимающих статины, р<0.001.


V. Практические рекомендации.

Уровень Лп-ФЛА2 измеренный по массе и по активности является фактором риска развития сердечно-сосудистых осложнений и может быть использован в стратификации риска сердечно-сосудистых заболеваний.



При использовании уровня Лп-ФЛА2 в качестве предиктора осложнений или для стратификации риска необходимо исключить пациентов, принимающих статины.

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