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The ESC launches a new release of HeartScore
Date:12/3/2008

on in clinical practice . HeartScore counts nearly 13,000 health professional users across Europe.

In addition to the European High/Low risk versions, several national versions of HeartScore have been developed to more accurately reflect the risk of the population . Country-specific and translated versions of HeartScore have been developed in close collaboration with the National Coordinators for CVD Prevention and the National Cardiac Societies. HeartScore Sweden, first country-specific version in local language launched in 2005, was followed by HeartScore Germany, HeartScore Greece, HeartScore Bosnia & Herzegovina, HeartScore Poland, HeartScore Russia, HeartScore Spain and HeartScore Cyprus.*

As explains Prof Mirza Dilic, National Coordinator for CVD Prevention for Bosnia & Herzegoovina, "we launched the revised version of HeartScore Bosnia and Herzegovina on the very same day the ESC did (18th November 2008) at a meeting where 400 General Practitioners and Cardiologists were invited. We also used this opportunity to launch the Bosnia Herzegovina Guidelines for patients, Guideline -Count Your CV Risk by Yourself, Guideline for HTA, Guideline for Obesity, Guideline against Smoking. We expect that the Guidelines for self counting of CV risk which include practical examples and which are tailored to the patients can be useful, but also could be a good example for other countries. We will evaluate the impact of this version in everyday practice and will summarise the results after 6 months".

"The Republic of Srpska from Bosnia and Herzegovina is announcing the new release of HeartScore to all its health care centres with the support of its Ministry of Health Care. The interactive program is locally experienced as a practical implementation tool to implement the European Guidelines on CVD Prevention which have been translated into our local languages" says Prof Dusko Vulic, National coordinator for CVD Prevention for the Republic of Srpska
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Contact: ESC Press Office
press@escardio.org
33-049-294-8627
European Society of Cardiology
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