Framingham Risk Score

Calculator of Cardiovascular Disease Risk


Framingham Risk Score is the estimation of 10-year CVD (cardiovascular disease) risk of a person. It was developed by the Framingham Heart Study to assess the hard coronary heart disease outcome. It is used to estimate the risk of heart attacks in adults older than 20.

In the below calculator enter your gender, age, cholesterol level, BP and you get the ‘Framingham Risk Score’ and the risk of developing CHD. Higher the score, higher is the percentage of developing CHD.

A cardiovascular disease risk assessment calculator should not be used if BP >185 or <100.

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