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DName of decision aidReference Manager numberDescription and derivation of decision aid
Study ID
Review details
Location, date. Study.
Follow up
Population characteristicsInclusion
Exclusion
Co-morbidity
Characteristics/risk factors included in decision aidOutcomes
Prediction period
Statistical method
Internal validation
Tool characteristics
Comments - authors/reviewer
Author
Date
Journal

Secondary/associated publication details
LocationAgeInclusion criteriaAgeContinuous Age groupsDeath – all causeStatistical method
SexCHD death
Number of peopleLipidsChol HDL LDL
Chol/HDL ratio
Triglycerides
Continuous/categorical
Methods
Fasting
CHD – hard endpoints only (fatal and non fatal MI)
CHD including coronary insufficiency (unstable angina) and angina
Baseline date% MaleSBPMultiple measures
Continuous
Categories
Stroke including TIARisk description:
Absolute
Relative
Years of risk
Lifetime
% Ethnic groupsExclusion criteriaDBPMultiple measures
Continuous
Categories
CVD including CHD, stroke, heart failure, peripheral vascular disease
Population type
Cohort
RCT
Community
Prospective
Work site screening
Social classSmoking
Cigar
Pipe
Cigarette
Regular
Current
Ever
Dose
CVD deathInternal validation if any: brief details
Other Reference Manager numbersOther;

Employment etc
DiabetesTreatment
Fasting glucose GTT, Hba1c Clinic
Other outcomes including surrogate markers like bp etc
Follow up intervalCo-morbidityLVHECG
Minnesota code
Clinic
Practical:
Equation
Chart
Pocket calculator
Disc
Computer
PDA
Web-based
Other
ReviewerOther risk factorsE.g. height, creatine, CRP, family history etcPrediction period

From: Appendix 2, Data extraction form: risk scoring methods designed to identify asymptomatic people at high risk of cardiovascular disease

Cover of A Systematic Review of Risk Scoring Methods and Clinical Decision Aids Used in the Primary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease (Supplement)
A Systematic Review of Risk Scoring Methods and Clinical Decision Aids Used in the Primary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease (Supplement) [Internet].
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 67S.
Beswick AD, Brindle P, Fahey T, et al.
Copyright © 2008, Royal College of General Practitioners.

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