Don't Assume Elderly Patients Without CV Disease Won't Benefit From a Statin

You'll get questions about when and how to use statins in adults UNDER age 40 or OVER age 75.

Current guidelines focus on patients BETWEEN 40 and 75...because there aren't enough good data from studies in younger or older patients.

Rely on the best available consensus when you decide whether to use a statin in adults who fall outside of the 40 to 75 age range.

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