Cardiovascular risk analysis


Get to know the health status of your heart and the relative risk you have of suffering from cardiovascular disease.  


Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death and hospitalization in Spain.  

The probability that a person has, of suffering a cardiovascular event in the next 10 years, a cardiovascular risk, is determined by a series of risk factors. Therefore, the greater the number of risk factors, the greater the probability of developing a cardiovascular event.  

In addition, there is a high part of the asymptomatic Spanish population with cardiovascular risk factors, that is, at risk of developing a cardiovascular event.  

Eurofins Megalab Canarias has prepared a Cardiovascular Risk Analysis so you know the state of health of your heart and you can know the relative risk you have of suffering a cardiovascular disease for 75€. In addition, you get a 10% discount if you buy it through our online store.  

  • Blood test  
  • Results report  

Cardiovascular risk factors

Cardiovascular risk factors are classified as modifiable and non-modifiable. Modifiable risk factors, as the name suggests, allow us to act on global cardiovascular risk, reducing morbidity and mortality rates for CVD.  

  • Modifiable risk factors: tobacco, alcohol, sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, abdominal obesity, diabetes mellitus, stress, etc.  
  • Non-modifiable risk factors: age, sex, family history, and genetic predisposition factors.  

31% of the Spanish population aged 35 to 65 have two cardiovascular risk factors, and 6% three. This indicates that the identification of these people and the prevention of CVD are especially important.  

Most cases of CVD are closely related to lifestyle habits and modifiable biochemical factors.  .


The biochemical evaluation of cardiovascular risk is especially indicated in:     

  • Persons aged 35 to 65 classified as intermediate or high cardiovascular risk  
  • People with a family history of cardiovascular disease  
  • Classified people with low risk and no family history  
  • The biochemical evaluation of cardiovascular risk should be carried out at least once a year.  


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