Coronary Risk  View Sample Report
Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of mortality for both men and women. Research shows, however, that there is much you can do to reduce your risk of a heart problem.

By deciding to take this responsibility in your hands, we wish you may live a longer life with a lively heart. 

 What is a Coronary Risk Questionnaire?

This is a thorough online coronary risk assessment based on a self reporting questionnaire. This assessment will educate you about the causes related to your health that could pose a threat of developing a coronary disease, based on which we provide personalized recommendations and methods to adapt a healthier lifestyle and a healthy heart.

The assessment is comprised of three parts:

  • Biographical Information: A set of 5 questions regarding your personal details.
  • Lifestyle Questionnaire: A series of questions assessing your dietary and lifestyle habits.
  • Common Health Tests: A set of 4 questions regarding your levels of normal health tests and your health interests.

At the completion of the assessment, the above data will be used to generate a comprehensive report consisting of:

  • An overall coronary risk score.
  • An individual lifestyle score of Key Lifestyle Predictors of Health and Longevity-Family history of heart disease, personal history of arterial disease, smoking status, blood pressure, blood cholesterol, diabetes, BMI, saturated fat intake, whole grains, fruits and vegetables, nuts, water, physical activity and stress.

Recommended values for improvement are provided in each category.


Why Should One Complete a Coronary Risk Questionnaire?
This will identify your current coronary risks leading to:

  • Adaptation of the personalized preventive measures to reduce the known risks
  • Enhanced quality of life
  • Better accomplishment of responsibilities

This report can be printed and carried along with you to your doctor, so that he or she may be updated with your lifestyle and dietary habits. We suggest carrying this with you while traveling in case of any unforeseen medical emergency.

How long would it take to complete my Coronary Risk Questionnaire?

Approximately 5 minutes.

Is there anything else I should know about completing a Coronary Risk Questionnaire?

While completing your health and lifestyle information, accuracy and openness is vital for a proper comprehension of your health by your health care professional. The only way that he/she can provide you with the most effective and useful treatment is if the information stated on your record is complete and accurate in all respects.

Who can benefit the most from a Coronary Risk Questionnaire?

  • Individuals who have a family history of coronary diseases.
  • In case of aging adults, this provides a method to prevent oneself from any such risk.
  • Even though it is important that everyone keeps a track of how their heart is doing, this report might be more useful to the head of the family with the responsibility of maintaining a check on the health and reports of all elderly members in the household.


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