Combined risk scores improve cardiovascular assessments

03/18/2010 | United Press International

Combining results of the Intermountain Risk Score with the Framingham Risk Score improved cardiovascular assessments in men and women, a study showed. Researchers said Framingham is good at classifying patient groups, while the Intermountain tool is better at measuring individual patient risk.

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