Framingham-Odell 1994

Derivation of prognostic modelOdell et al. 199460
Location & dateFramingham, USA

1960–1964
Population characteristicsAge 35–69

N=4404

Observational prospective community cohort

28 year follow up
Inclusion, co-morbidityNo exclusion on basis of prior cardiovascular disease
Risk factorsSex

Age

Systolic BP

Serum cholesterol

Smoking (regular in past year)

Relative weight
Outcome
  1. Stroke (ABI)
  2. Heart attack
  3. MI or stroke (ABI)
  4. Sudden death
Prediction period20 years
Statistical methodsNon-proportional hazards Weibull accelerated failure time model
PracticalEquation
Authors notes
Modifications, tools or guidelines
External validation
Convergent validation
Trials of health outcomes

From: Appendix 3, Prognostic models or risk scoring methods for use in targeting primary prevention of cardiovascular diseases (part completed)

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.
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