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Deutsch Intern
    Institute for Clinical Epidemiology and Biometry

    SCORE

    Predicting 10-Year Risk of Fatal Cardiovascular Disease in Germany: An Update Based on the SCORE-Deutschland Risk Charts

    Participants: Viktoria Rücker (IKE-B), Prof. Ulrich Keil (Institute für Epidemiologie and Sozialmedizin, Universität Münster), Prof. Peter Heuschmann (IKE-B), PD Dr. Hannelore Neuhauser (RKI)
    Project Funding: The work has been supported by the DZHK, grant MDC2014Z3 funded by the BMBF
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    Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation (SCORE) is a project from the European society of cardiology. The aim of this project was the development of risk charts to predict the 10-year risk of fatal cardiovascular disease based on the individual’s age, sex, smoking, systolic blood pressure and cholesterol (Conroy et al., 2003). The SCORE risk charts were first calibrated for Germany in the year 2005 (Keil et al., 2005).
    Due to decreasing CVD mortality rates in the population as well as changes in CVD risk faqctor levels in the population changes regular updates of risk charts are needed. Therefore we recalibrated the SCORE risk charts for Germany to predict the individual 10-year risk of fatal CVD.

     

    publications

     

    Diederichs C, Neuhauser H, Rücker V, Busch MA, Keil U, Fitzgerald AP, Heuschmann PU.
    Predicted 10-year risk of cardiovascular mortality in the 40 to 69 year old general population without cardiovascular diseases in Germany.
    PLoS One. 2018 Jan 2;13(1):e0190441. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0190441. eCollection 2018.


    Predicting 10-Year Risk of Fatal Cardiovascular Disease in Germany: An Update Based on the SCORE-Deutschland Risk Charts
    Rücker V, Keil U, Fitzgerald AP, Malzahn U, Prugger C, et al. (2016) Predicting 10-Year Risk of Fatal Cardiovascular Disease in Germany: An Update Based on the SCORE-Deutschland Risk Charts. PLoS ONE 11(9): e0162188. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0162188