Current Opinion in Lipidology volume 29, issue 4, P340-345 2018 DOI: 10.1097/mol.0000000000000524 View full text
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Kamal Awad, Maciej Banach

Abstract: The current limited evidence suggests that short-acting statins should be given in the evening whereas long-acting statins could be given at any time of the day with allowing more patient-based choice (of timing) for better adherence. Lager RCTs with longer durations are recommended to extend and confirm the current evidence.