HeartScore is aimed at supporting clinicians in optimizing individual cardiovascular risk reduction. It is the electronic and interactive version of the SCORE risk charts of the European Guidelines on CVD Prevention written by the Joint European Societies’ Task Force on Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Clinical Practice.
Benefits to clinicians and patients
HeartScore quick calculator:
- Fast & simple to use
- Evidence based
- Tailored to the patients
- Offers graphical display of absolute CVD risk
- No log-in required
This quick calculator is accessible without user account or log-in, so please note that patient's data cannot be stored and therefore the patients' progression and history is not available. If you would like to benefit from this functionality, please access the HeartScore full version.
Quick calculator versions
HeartScore Europe low risk
Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus*, Denmark, Finland, France*, Germany*, Greece*, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Slovenia, Spain*, Sweden*, Switzerland and United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
HeartScore Europe high risk
Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Croatia*, Czechia*, Estonia*, Hungary, Lithuania, Montenegro, Morocco, Poland*, Romania*, Serbia, Slovakia*, Tunisia and Turkey*.
Very high risk (please note that the charts may underestimate risk in these countries): Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Egypt, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, North Macedonia, Moldova (Republic of), Russian Federation*, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
* National versions
|Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian)||Greece*|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina (Croatian)||Poland*|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina (Serbian cyrillic)|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina (Serbian latin)||Russian Federation|
* calibrated versions
Download the SCORE Charts (incl. Relative Risk Charts)
You will find at the bottom of the charts also the Relative Risk Charts for risk assessment in young persons:
Note that a low total cardiovascular risk in a young person may conceal a high relative risk; this may be explained to the person by using the relative risk chart.