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HeartScore available now to Eastern Europe Countries



The interactive program HeartScore counts over 65,000 users in Europe who performed a total of almost 7,500 examinations.

In addition to Sweden, Germany and Greece, HeartScore is now available to Eastern Europe countries. Health professionals in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Poland and Russia can now help their patients measure and manage their CVD risk by using the interactive version of the SCORE risk charts.   


HeartScore Bosnia & Herzegovina was launched on 15 September 2006 at the occasion of a scientific meeting where cardiologists, GPs and government representatives gathered to share new views on Prevention and treatments of Atherosclerosis. This translated version is available in four languages (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian Latin & Cyrillic) is based on the European SCORE High Risk charts and was developed in close collaboration with Doctor Dusko Vulic, National Coordinator for CVD Prevention in Bosnia & Herzegovina.

HeartScore Poland was launched on 21 September 2006 at the occasion of the 10th International Congress of the Polish Cardiac Society. This calibrated version based on Polish mortality data was developed in close collaboration with Professor Andrzej Rynkiewicz, National Coordinator for CVD Prevention in Poland.

HeartScore Russia is the 6th national version of the program and was made available to the medical professionals on 9 October 2006 at the Annual Congress of the Society of Cardiology of the Russian Federation in Moscow. This translated version based on the European SCORE High Risk Charts was developed in close collaboration with Professor David Niebieridze, National Coordinator for CVD Prevention in Russia. 

More to come in 2007!