Cardiovascular disease is one of the most common cause of death in the world. Mortality rate in India is increasing from year to year it is may be of the many triggering factors. In the nations like US, European countries they have developed cardiovascular risk predictions charts or scales. Whereas in India, which possesses multiple diversity of the population, does not have any proper risk prediction charts for cardiovascular disease identification. Conducted observation study on the people identified the risk with the help of the Framingham and WHO-ISH found interesting results. Due to hazzel lifestyle most of the people are with high graded stress which has the potency to trigger heart disease. In our study we found fascinating corners of the cardiac risk prediction.
Kishore Kumar Ramoju
Ramoju Kishore Kumar, Doctor of pharmacy, intern in Sunshine Hositals. Kishore worked in clinical research department of the MNJ institute of oncology as a clinical trail staff he served patients and played vital role in execution of the trial protocol.
Dr. G. Haricharan
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Cardiovascular Disease, Hypertension, Diabetes, FRS, WHO-ISH
MEDICAL / Clinical Medicine