Framingham Risk Calculator
The Framingham risk calculator will assign you to a specific cardiac risk group based on several risk factors. Our tool computes your 10year risk of myocardial infarction (heart attack) and coronary death, and compares it to the risk of the general population.
Spend some more time and discover details of the Framingham risk score, its history, and risk factors associated with that longtime study. 💔
Framingham global risk study  history
Have you ever wondered where do risk factors come from?
The Framingham study began in 1948, with the group of initially 5,209 patients recruited from the very same neighborhood  a town named Framingham, located in Massachusetts, US. 🏠🏠🏠
At the beginning of the study, none of the patients involved had suffered from any cardiovascular (CV) disease (such as heart attack or stroke). Scientists and physicians monitored the entire population's health for 72 years. Every single case of CV disease was carefully recorded and analyzed and compared to a person's lifestyle and blood test results.
This scrutinous observation identified major heart risk factors and created a Framingham 10years risk assessment score.
Every time you see a cardiac risk calculator, or any medical recommendation regarding cholesterol, blood pressure or physical activity  think of all the people of Framingham who played an essential role in the development of modern medicine. 🎁
You may also want to check the perioperative risk of a heart attack or cardiac arrest (MICA) (yet I need to disappoint you  its history is not as half as impressive).
How about calculating all the available heart scores?
How to use the Framingham risk score calculator?
Our 10year cardiovascular risk calculator is for people aged 3079, with no heart attack history, claudication, coronary heart disease, or any other cardiovascular event.
Follow the steps enumerated below for the full benefit of our Framingham risk calculator 2017:

Enter your age in years.
Cardiovascular risk generally increases with age.

Choose your sex.
Cardiovascular risk is more significant for men.

Input systolic blood pressure.
Systolic blood pressure's value is always greater than the diastolic pressure one. The typical recording method: Systolic/Diastolic (e.g., 120/80).
Higher blood pressure bears a higher risk of a cardiac event.

Enter your total cholesterol.
A high total cholesterol level increases artherosclerosis in your arteries and accelerates the coronary changes leading to a heart attack or a stroke.

What's your HDL (High Density Lipoproteins)?
What a surprise! High HDL levels serve as a protective factor for your arteries. That's precisely why we call it the good cholesterol.

Are you a smoker?
Smoking plays a vital role in the rapid development of the material clogging your arteries and leading to all kinds of vascular diseases  and cancers too!
You may also check the Fragminham risk assessment tool by the Cleveland Clinic to get any additional details you may need.
Is everything nice and clear? 🤗 If the answer's yes, you may proceed to our other myocardial infraction calculators:
How to calculate the Framingham score?
Calculating the cardiovascular risk score might be a tremendous task; obtaining the results without using a heart attack risk calculators might take a significant amount of time. That's why we decided to simplify the equations so that they're easier to use. For a full set of information, visit the Framingham heart study page.
Here are the equations that we used in our 10year risk calculator:
Men
Risk score = ( 52.01 * ln(Age)) + (20.01 * ln(Total cholesterol)) + (0.91 * ln(HDL)) + (1.31 * ln(Systolic BP)) + (0.24 * BP treatment) + (12.1 * Smoker) + (4.61 * ln(Age) * ln(Total cholesterol)) + ((2.84) * ln(Age) * Smoker) + ((2.93) * ln(Age) * ln(Age))  172.30
where:
 ln  stands for natural logarithm
 Risk score  the total amount of points
 Age  given in years
 Total cholesterol  given in mg/dL
 HDL level  given in mg/dL
 Systolic Blood Pressure  given in mmHg
 Smoker?
 Yes = 1
 No = 0
 Blood pressure treatment?
 Yes = 1
 No = 0
❗For men aged > 70 years use: ((2.84) * ln(70) * Smoker) . 
To calculate 10 years risk of death due to coronary incident, use:
Death probability = 1  0.9402^{exp(Risk score)}
Where:
 Risk score is the number of points calculated in the previous step
 exp is an exponent
Women
Risk score = (31.76 * ln(Age)) + (22.47 * ln(Total cholesterol)) +( (1.19) * ln(HDL) )+ (2.55 * ln(Systolic BP)) + (0.42 * BP treatment) + (13.08 * Smoker) + ((5.06) * ln(Age) * ln(Total cholesterol)) + ((3) * ln(Age) * Smoker)  146.59
where:
 Risk score  the total amount of points
 Age  given in years
 Total cholesterol  given in mg/dL
 HDL level  given in mg/dL
 Systolic Blood Pressure  given in mmHg
 Smoker?
 Yes = 1
 No = 0
 Blood pressure treatment?
 Yes = 1
 No = 0
❗ For women aged > 78 years use: ((3) * ln(78) * Smoker) . 
To calculate the individual 10 years risk of death, use:
Death probability = 1  0.98767^{exp(Risk score)}
,
where:
 Risk score is the number of points calculated in the previous step.