Women Heart Attack Risk Calculator The Reynolds Risk Score Women Heart Attack Risk Calculator
The Reynolds Risk Score
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The Reynolds Risk Score - Women Heart Attack Risk Calculator

I'm sure you've heard about the Framingham heart study and how physicians can it to predict the 10-year heart attack risk in their patients. Well, if you are a woman, you may want to do use the Reynolds risk score instead, as it is more accurate.


Please use the calculator on the right to estimate your 10-year risk of a heart attack or stroke.

Heart Attack and Stroke Risk Calculator in Women

To calculate your 10-year heart attack and stroke risk, just enter the information required in thefilelds below and then press on the "Calculate My Risk" button.
First Name
Age years
Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP) mm Hg
Total Cholesterol mg/dL
HDL ("Good" Cholesterol) mg/dL
High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (hsCRP) mg/L
Do you currently smoke?
Did your Mother or Father have a heart attack before age 60 ?
Your risk of a heart attack will be displayed here.
 
In women, the Reynolds Risk Score is more accurate than the tranditional Framingham risk score calculator.

Instructions & Glossary of Terms

We tried to make this calculator as self-explanatory as possible. A few remarks, however, are appropriate.

Can All Women Use This Heart Attack and Stroke Risk Calculator?

With the exception of diabetes and already present/diagnosed heart disease or stroke, this calculator can be used by virtually all women.

Your Laboratory Data

In order to predict your heart disease and stroke risk, the Reynolds risk score uses the following lab values:

Where Can I Find Out More About the Reynolds Risk Score?

The Reynolds risk score was first published in JAMA - Feb 14, 2007 issue, by a group of researchers from Boston, USA.

A somewhat more sophisticated version of the above calculator can be found at www.reynoldsriskscore.org

Dr Gily

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