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The following Cardiovascular disease risk assessment charts were published in BHS (British Hypertension Society) in 2009. The charts estimates the probability of getting cardiovascular diseases based on the blood pressure and cholesterol level assuming one currently has normal heart condition and do not have other major atherosclerotic diseases. These charts are aids to determine the treatment. If one has higher risk, more aggressive intervention is required.
It is important to monitor one's cholesterol and blood pressure day and night.
The chart assumes that the person is not taking any medication that may lower the blood pressure or cholesterol. The risk would be higher otherwise.
CVD - Cardiovascular disease
SBP - Systolic blood pressure
TC:HDL - Total serum cholesterol to HDL (cholesterol in high-density lipoproteins) ratio
The above charts do not apply to the following type of persons
The risk is also higher for the following groups: