45151 - Innovations in Management of Cardiovascular Disease for Global Health Elsayed Z Soliman MD MSc MS Epidemiological Cardiology Research

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Wake Forest School of Medicine Elsayed Z. Soliman MD, MSc, MS Epidemiological Cardiology Research Center (EPICARE) Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC Innovations in Management of Cardiovascular Disease for Global Health 2011 Global Health Conference- Montreal, Canada November 13, 2011
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Wake Forest School of Medicine Outline Global burden of CVD Paradigm shift in concepts Public health approach vs. high risk strategy Individual vs. global (total) CVD risk assessment/management Applications WHO/ISH risk prediction charts Polypill
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Wake Forest School of Medicine Distribution of major causes of death WHO 2011
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Wake Forest School of Medicine Global burden of CVD 17.3 million people died from CVDs in 2008 80% of CVD deaths take place in low- and middle-income countries 23.6 million expected to die from CVD By 2030 WHO 2011
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Wake Forest School of Medicine Meeting the challenge Life saving interventions are available, but the challenge is to increase its use by enhancing: Availability Affordability Adherence Sustainability A paradigm shift in concepts is needed!!!
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Public health approach vs. high risk strategy Prevention paradox:
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45151 - Innovations in Management of Cardiovascular Disease for Global Health Elsayed Z Soliman MD MSc MS Epidemiological Cardiology Research

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