Cardiovascular risk analysis

68,00

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

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Description

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. .

Indications

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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