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Cardiac Risk Assessment

 
Miami Valley Hospital Cardio Risk Assessment
More than 70 million Americans have some form of heart disease. It can strike any person at any age. Unfortunately, for many, a heart attack, a stroke, or even death is the first sign of the disease.

Many factors contribute to the health of your heart. Some, such as smoking, diet, and exercise, you can control. Others, like your age and family history, you cannot. Knowing your risk of heart disease is the first step to limiting the dangers.

Please answer the questions below to get an assessment of your risk to this life-threatening disease. The assessment will only take a few minutes, but it could add years to your life.*

The information you provide is confidential. Review our privacy policy.
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Assessment
Answer the following questions about your lifestyle, age, and family history for a brief evaluation of your risk of a heart attack or heart disease.

This quick assessment will only take a couple of minutes. However, please answer the optional questions below for a more detailed analysis of your personal risk for heart disease.

Gender*
Male
Female
Age:*
Check all that apply:* My family has a history of heart disease or heart attacks before the age of 60.
I rarely exercise or do anything physically demanding.
I'm more than 20 lbs. over my ideal weight.
I smoke.
I have diabetes.
None of the Above.
Optional Questions
Answering these optional questions will give you a more thorough evaluation of your risk for a heart attack or heart disease.
Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP) mm/Hg
Total Cholesterol mg/DL
HDL or "Good" Cholesterol mg/DL
High Sensitivity C-Reactive
Protein (hsCRP)
mg/L
*This heart risk assessment provides general medical information that should be used for informative and educational purposes only. Your results should not be used as a substitute for the personal, professional medical advice of your physician.

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