Galen eCalcs - Calculator: Framingham Risk for General CVD

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Description

The Framingham Risk for General CVD calculator determines the patient’s estimated heart/vascular age, as well as the 10 year CVD risk score.


Calculator Search/Filter Keywords

At the calculator level, eCalcs comes delivered with default keywords that can be leveraged in the "Search/Filter" field to enable Specialty or System driven calculator searching. The following calculator keywords are delivered by default for the Framingham Risk for General CVD calculator:

Specialties

  • Cardiology
  • Family Practice
  • Gerontology
  • Internal Medicine

Systems

  • Cardiovascular


Calculator Configuration Options

Preference Name Valid Range Description
Publishing Checked / Unchecked When checked the calculator will display for users on the front end.
When unchecked, the calculator WILL NOT display for users on the front end.
Orderable Item Override (BLANK) / G-Framin2 “(BLANK)” indicates that the global configuration options for Orderable Item will be used.
“G-Framin2” indicates that the calculator specific value will be used and can display the specific calculator name in the output.


Calculator Inputs

Input Mapping Type Description
Sex Demographics Patient Sex
Age Demographics Patient Age
Total Cholesterol Results Patient’s total cholesterol in mg/dL
HDL Cholesterol Results Patient’s high density lipoprotein count
Systolic Blood Pressure Vitals Patient’s systolic blood pressure in mm Hg
Diabetes Problems Patient’s diabetes status
Smoking Status Problems Patient’s smoking status
Treatment for Hypertension Manual Input Patient being treated to hypertension


Calculator Outputs

Output Mapping Type Description
Heart Age Result Estimated heart/vascular age
10 Year CVD Result Patient’s 10 year CVD risk score
Normal CVD Risk Result Normal 10-year risk of CVD


References

http://reference.medscape.com/calculator/framingham-cardiovascular-disease-risk