Primary prevention of Premature ASCVD in a 41-year-old patient with Pre-Diabetes

Dr Arindam Pande
MBBS, MD (Medicine)
DNB (Internal Medicine),DM
Cardiologist
FESC,FACC (USA)
Kolkata, West Bengal

Abstract:-

A 41-year-old working male with active lifestyle came up with signs of chest pain and breathlessness. Past h/o of Dyslipidemia and a strong family history of death due to CAD seen in father and grandfather. He was advised lipid profile, treadmill (TMT) test, 2D Echocardiography.

2D Echocardiography: 2D Echocardiography Ejection fraction of 58%

Diagnosis: Dyslipidaemia with Unstable Angina (UA)

Prognosis: The prognosis for this case is favorable with the initiation of appropriate medications to manage Dyslipidemia and Unstable Angina. The treatment aims to improve the patient's quality of life, reduce the risk of further cardiovascular disease, and prevent additional episodes of CAD. Regular follow-up and lifestyle modifications are essential components for effective primary prevention in this patient with premature ASCVD.

Conventional risk factors include

Hypertension

Diabetes mellitus

Dyslipidemia

Smoking

Obesity

Available SKUs

Ecosprin AV 75

Ecosprin AV 75/20

Ecosprin AV 75/40

Ecosprin AV 150

Ecosprin AV 150/20