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Typically, LDL (low density lipoproteins) greater than blank is considered high cholesterol.
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User: Typically, LDL (low density lipoproteins) greater than blank is considered high cholesterol.

Weegy: Typically, LDL (low density lipoproteins) greater than 100 is considered high cholesterol.
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User: Typically, LDL (low density lipoproteins) greater than blank is considered high cholesterol.

Weegy: Typically, LDL (low density lipoproteins) greater than 100 is considered high cholesterol.
Expert answered|Score .8568|matahari|Points 61428|

User: Coumadin is the brain name for

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Coumadin is the brand name for Warfarin.
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Tachycardia means blank heart rate.
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Tachycardia means fast or irregular heart rate.
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Is a very old drug that s used subcutaneously to prevent DVT in high-risk patients and intravenously to treat DVT and PE.
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Heparin is a very old drug that's used subcutaneously to prevent DVT in high-risk patients and intravenously to treat DVT and PE.

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Clinically, tachycardia is often defined as heart rate higher than blank beats per minute.
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