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In India, dyslipidemia is reported at 10-13% in various studies, highlighting its significant impact in a population of 1.27 billion. Research indicates a higher prevalence of atherogenic small, dense LDL, hypertriglyceridemia, and abnormally low HDL in Asian Indians compared to white Caucasians in the USA. Consequently, guidelines from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association may not be directly applicable to the Indian population.

The Lipid Association of India (LAI) comprises distinguished doctors in Cardiovascular Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pharmacology, and aspiring young doctors with an interest in lipidology.

Who We Are?


We aim to research dyslipidemia prevalence in India, create management guidelines, and raise public awareness for "A Healthy Heart for a Better Tomorrow.

A Healthy Heart for Better Tomorrow 

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