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Coronary Heart Disease Risk Calculator

This calculator will determine your risk of developing coronary heart disease over the next 10 years and compare this to the risk of others of the same age.

  Risk Factor       Points Relative Risk
  Sex:   Male   Female  
Age:  years
 
Smoker: Yes   No
 
 
Diabetes: Yes   No
 
 
Blood Pressure: / mm Hg
 
 
mg/dl
 
 
HDL Cholesterol: mg/dl
 
 
 
Total Points:
 
=
 
 % risk
of heart disease in 10 years  
Average 10-year risk =
 
 %
(for others in your age group)  
Low 10-year risk =
 
%
(for others in your age group)  

Information for this Coronary Heart Disease Risk Calculator comes from the Framingham Heart Study. The results are applicable only for the ages of 30 to 74.

The original data are published in: Wilson PW, et al. Prediction of coronary heart disease using risk factor categories. Circulation 1998; 97 (18): 1837-1847.

The results you receive from this tool are for informational purposes only and should not be the basis of your medical decision making. Consult your physician to determine the medical implications of any tests you take.

 

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Comments / Ratings

Title:
Has the standard changed?
By:
Belize Menzies
Date:
05-24-14  7:23 PM
Comment:

It looks like a great tool. but since it was published in 1998, have there been changes since that time in the standards , made by the Medical Heart association? or are these stricter standards just hype, made up by the pharmaceutical companies?

BelizeMenzies@gmail.com

Title:
By:
ashly
Date:
03-28-14  5:52 AM
Comment:

very good tool...!!!

how to calculate the risk???

means there is any formula??

Title:
at any category A.B.OR C?? WE CAN PUT SUCH PATIENT OF 5% RISK IN 10 YEARS TO DEVELOP CHD
By:
محمد
Date:
03-25-14  12:38 AM
Comment:

THIS IS VERY HELPFUL TOOL

Title:
Good Tool
By:
Ravi Perera
Date:
01-1-14  11:23 AM
Comment:

Very helpful tool to make sense of all the blood test report numbers.

Title:
thanks
By:
Andres Saravia Moya
Date:
09-22-13  9:19 PM
Comment:

great tool, thanks

Title:
Good information
By:
Philomina mireku
Date:
07-5-13  6:44 AM
Comment:

Thanks for the informatiOn

Title:
By:
sanjib kumar maulik
Date:
07-3-13  4:09 AM
Comment:

thank you

Title:
Thank you
By:
Clover Schultz, PA-C
Date:
05-31-12  5:30 PM
Comment:

Thank you for providing this tool.

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