Atherosclerosis is simply abnormal plaque buildup in medium sized and large arteries of the body.
Heart failure is a constellation of signs and symptoms originating from structural and functional abnormalities of the heart.
Pulmonary hypertension means high pressures in the arteries of the lung often associated with pathological changes
Hypertension is the most common condition seen in primary care and leads to myocardial infarction and stroke.
Thrombosis simply means blood clotting within the body. It can be physiological to maintain normal hemostasis
Hyperlipidemia refers to disorder of lipid metabolism that results in abnormal levels or composition of cholesterol
Appropriate, selective use of diagnostic testing for the diagnosis of atherosclerosis especially in earlier stages as recommended by appropriateness criteria published by professional societies.
Guidance to evidence based management strategies
The utility of CVD Evaluator leading to improved outcomes in comparison to routine care given by clinicians have been proven in clinical practice.