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Hyperlipidaemia

Hyperlipidemia, also known as dyslipidemia, is a chronic medical condition characterized by a high cholesterol levels or fats in the blood. An increase in the amount of high-density lipoproteins (HDL cholestrol), low-density lipoproteins (LDL), and triglycerides in the blood lead to fat deposition in the arteries resulting in atherosclerosis and artery blockage. Hyperlipidemia is an adult-onset illness that can be inherited or acquired due to underlying conditions like obesity, unhealthy lifestyle, high cholesterol diet, and diabetes mellitus. It is one of the major risk factors for developing cardiovascular diseases. Explore advanced search options to order hyperlipaemia biospecimens by clicking CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS, ICD-10-CM CODES, and LABORATORY PARAMETERS.

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Symptoms of high cholestrol levels (Hyperlipidemia)

Often Hyperlipidemia patients are asymptomatic and remain undiagnosed for a long time. As cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood rise, narrowing of arteries occur due to fat deposition and result in hypertension and other cardiovascular complications. Symptomatic patients experience shortness of breath, palpitation, chest pain, difficulty in movement, sweating, anxiety, high BP and increased BMI based on the severity of the illness. However, early diagnosis, timely initiation of treatment with adequate control of cholesterol can prevent complications.


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Expediting research, Central BioHub brings you a wide array of research samples from hyperlipidemia patients. We provide human Lipid samples such as  human serum and plasma samples assiduously screened for HDL(good cholestrol), LDL and triglycerides to confirm the illness. All biological specimens are well annotated with detailed clinical information and well preserved cryogenically at <-18 °C at our supplier's biorepository. Central BioHub ensures safe, cost-effective and fastest delivery of research samples to your laboratory. Have a hassle-free biospecimen procurement with expert assistance from Central BioHub. Contact us for more information on available hyperlipaemia samples for research.

Hyperlipidemia, also known as dyslipidemia, is a chronic medical condition characterized by a greater amount of lipids or fats in the blood. An increase in the number of high-density lipoproteins (HDL), low-density lipoproteins (LDL), and triglycerides in the blood lead to fat deposition in the arteries resulting in atherosclerosis and artery blockage. Hyperlipidemia is an adult-onset illness that can be inherited or acquired due to underlying conditions like obesity, unhealthy lifestyle, and diabetes mellitus. It is one of the main risk factors for developing cardiovascular diseases.
Hyperlipidaemia normally does not manifest symptoms until it has progressed to the point where patients are experiencing life-threatening problems, such as a heart attack or stroke. These can happen when excessive cholesterol causes plaque to build up in the arteries, restricting or blocking blood flow. Only blood monitoring will reveal blood cholesterol levels.
Untreated hyperlipidemia can lead to the deposition of plaques to the blood vessels called atherosclerosis, which can lead to severe complications such as heart attack, stroke, coronary heart disease, cardiac arrest, peripheral artery diseases, and macrovascular diseases.
Central BioHub, the leading human biospecimen marketplace, offers high-quality human serum and plasma samples for cardiovascular research. All biospecimens originate from consented and diagnosed donors and are stored at = -18°C in our biobank.