Heart attack - risk assessment and prevention.

On this website you may learn something about the likelihood of you having a heart attack.

You will find out about the (level of) risk of a heart attack and how this can be prevented in reducing individual factors by maintaining a dietary regimen and healthy way of life. First, you provide input data such as your age, height, weight, blood pressure, cholesterol level, whether you suffer from diabetes, whether you are a smoker, your family anamnesis, and the physical and psychical exertion you are exposed to. The likelihood you will then learn is called a total risk indicator (TRI).

The TRI indicators' values (as wel as the UCR value itself) below 1.0 indicate a lower risk while those above 1.0 mean that the heart-attack risk relating to a particular indicator is higher (which also raises the the heart-attack risk level following from a higher overal TRI level). The test will also tell you, how to reduce a heightened heart-attack risk such as by changing your dietary regimen andór receiving a treatment for high blood pressure.

If you are interested in this test, click on Enter values.