10-year risk of heart disease or stroke
On the basis of your age and calculated risk for heart disease or stroke under 10%, the USPSTF guidelines suggest you would not likely benefit from starting aspirin.
On the basis of your calculated risk for heart disease or stroke less than 7.5%, the ACC/AHA guidelines suggest you have no indication to be on a statin.
Based on your age and race, your blood pressure is poorly-controlled, and you should initiate lifestyle interventions and consider starting a thiazide diuretic, ACEI/ARB, or calcium channel blocker.
|Demography||Cholesterol||Blood pressure||Risk factors|
|Age: 52||Total: 195||Systolic: 140||Diabetes: no|
|Gender: male||HDL: 62||Diastolic: 90||Smoking: no|
|Race: not African-American||On medication: yes|