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Cardiac Risk Assessment Patient Questionnaires
Try one of our questionnaires to help you better understand your risk for Coronary Artery Disease or take a FREE evaluation of your current treatment plan. Get started by answering the question that best represents your current condition.
The risk results shown in these questionnaires are estimates only. Your actual risks may or may not be the same as the estimates shown. The answers show the estimated risks of people your same age, gender, and risk factor levels. Every person is different. Your current health status, your medical history and the traits you inherited from your family make you unique.
These questionnaires are not meant to provide medical or other professional advice. Talk with your doctor or other healthcare professional for information specific to you and for advice in making decisions on managing your heart health. The treatment evaluation for existing coronary artery disease may help you with making the best decision regarding your own care.
I’ve had chest pains, should I be worried?
If you have chest pain right now, don't take this test but call 911!
Originally created for physicians, this test will give you a good idea if you should be concerned that your symptoms are related to your heart.
Chest Pain Assessment
If you take the next questionnaire, you will get a FREE return email with a chest pain evaluation by me:
I’ve never had chest pains, could I be at risk?
Take this assessment if you are concerned about your risk factors like weight, health factors, or family history.
I’ve already seen a heart specialist, is my treatment plan on track?
Get a better understanding of your current treatment for Coronary Artery Disease so you can make more informed choices regarding your health.
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