Published: 11 March 2015
Author(s): A. Vodonos, I. Ostapenko, R. Toledano, Y. Henkin, D. Zahger, T. Wolak, M. Sherf, V. Novack
Section: Original Article

Adherence to statin therapy has been shown to be suboptimal. In statin-treated patients with residual elevated low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) levels the physician must decide whether to switch to a more potent statin or try and achieve better adherence. We examined the association between adherence and LDL-C within low, moderate and high intensity statin groups in a “real world” setting.


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