Cardiovascular Disease - Hypertension

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Cardiovascular Risk Assessment 

Below are cardiovascular risk assessment guidelines for adults in Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Cardiovascular Risk Assessment - Canada
For all men aged 40 to 75 years and all women aged 40 (or menopausal) to 75 years, the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS) recommends that (1):
  • A cardiovascular disease risk assessment should be completed every five years, using the modified Framingham Risk Assessment or the Cardiovascular Life Expectancy Model (CLEM), in order to
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