If you are healthy and without diabetes, the Reynolds Risk Score is
designed to predict your risk of having a future heart attack, stroke, or other
major heart disease in the next 10 years.
In addition to your age, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and whether you
currently smoke, the Reynolds Risk Score uses information from two other risk
factors, a blood test called hsCRP (a measure of inflammation) and whether or
not either of your parents had a heart attack before they reached age 60 (a
measure of genetic risk). To calculate your risk, fill in the information below
with your most recent values. Click here
for help filling the information.