Cholesterol Tools and Handouts for Your Patients

The Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association has developed these Cholesterol handouts for nurses and other health care providers to use with patients. Join as a member today to take advantage of member pricing.

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Fact Sheet: What is a PCSK9 Inhibitor?

Share important information with your patients including:

  • What is a PCSK9?
  • How is a PCSK9 given?
  • Side Effects
  • Access/Costs

 

English

Free to download (login required)

$0 members/$50 non-members
25 sheets per order

Spanish

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$0 members/$50 non-members
25 sheets per order

Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of any printed materials.

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Fact Sheet: Cholesterol - What You Need to Know

Share important facts about cholesterol with your patients including:

  • What the numbers mean
  • Lifestyle changes to improve cholesterol
  • Who should take cholesterol-lowering medicine

Revised and updated January 2020

English

Free to download (login required)

$0 members/$50 non-members
25 sheets per order

Spanish

Free to download (login required)

$0 members/$50 non-members
25 sheets per order

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Booklet: Cholesterol - Your Plan for A Healthy Lifestyle

Help your patients learn about managing cholesterol using checklists to identify risk factors, quizzes to check their understanding of the information, and guides to set realistic goals for lifestyle change and taking medications. This comprehensive 16-page booklet includes:

  • An overview of LDL-cholesterol and how it affects the body
  • Risk factors for heart disease
  • Healthy eating and weight management
  • Activity and exercise recommendations
  • Medicines to manage high cholesterol

Revised and updated January 2020

English

Free to download (login required)

$0 members/$50 non-members
25 booklets per order

Spanish

Free to download (login required)

$0 members/$50 non-members
25 booklets per order

Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of any printed materials.

Disclaimer: This and other PCNA educational materials are for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice or diagnose or treat health problems. Health-related decisions should be made in partnership with a healthcare provider. It is the reader's responsibility to seek out the most current, accurate information.