Patient Monitoring and Support
CVD Risk Check

Reynolds Risk Score2,3

The 2009 CCS Guidelines suggest that risk should be determined by using Framingham Risk Score (FRS) modified for family history (double the CVD risk percentage if any CVD present in a first degree relative before age 60). In men over 50 or women over 60 of intermediate risk whose LDL-C does not already suggest treatment, hsCRP can be used for risk stratification.1

This new model, the Reynolds Risk Score (RRS), is a risk equation that includes the conventional CVD risk factors in addition to family history and hsCRP.2,3

This online assessment tool is intended as a clinical practice aid for use by experienced healthcare professionals. Results obtained from this tool should not be used alone as a guide for patient care.
Age:
 Years 
Gender:
Total cholesterol:
 mmol/L 
HDL cholesterol:
 mmol/L 
Smoker:
Systolic blood pressure:
 mm Hg 
High sensitivity C-reactive protein (hsCRP)
 mg/L 
Did either of the patient’s parents have a heart attack before the age of 60?