The Cardiovascular Disease Dirty Dozen℠

The Cardiovascular Disease Dirty Dozen

Risk Factors

The following risk factors are associated with varying degrees of risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD). It doesn’t mean that they will cause CVD but when someone has CVD, or an adverse CVD event, such as a heart attack or a stroke, some of these things are typically lurking in the shadows. If someone has any of the following risk factors, they warrant disease screening using a proven preventative method, and we recommend that they should have the CIMT Test

Author
Zachary Lott, NP

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