This is a list of all Cardiology related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Corrects the QT interval based on its duration on ECG test and the patient’s heart rate.
Determines risk of perioperative cardiac events in patients undergoing heart surgery.
Estimates 10-year risk of heart disease based on specific cardiovascular risk factors.
Determines vascular resistance based on pressure difference and blood flow in pulmonary circulation.
Estimates the 5 training zones that are recommended for weight loss and other fitness purposes.
Assesses perioperative risk of cardiovascular events in patients about to undergo noncardiac surgery.
Uses patient weight, ABV and haematocrit to estimate the lost blood allowance during surgery.
Determines the mL of blood per square meter of body surface area for each heart beat based on stroke volume and BSA.
Estimates the blood volume in mL per minute that the heart pumps in circulation from the left ventricle.
Predicts MACE occurrence in the next 6 weeks based on five risk factors.
Predicts 10-year cardiovascular risk based on risk factors like history of MI, diabetes or high cholesterol.
Assesses risk of coronary heart disease in patients diagnosed with diabetes.
Diagnoses peripheral arterial disease (PAD) risk based on the brachial and foot blood pressures.
Uses the mean arterial pressure, central venous pressure and cardiac output to estimate SVR.
Estimates SV based on Doppler VTI determinations such as LVOT or on cardiac output.
Determines mortality risk from myocardial infarction within 6 months to 3 years, for patients with acute coronary syndrome.
Determines mean arterial pressure and pulse pressure from systolic and diastolic measurements.
Determines EF in percentage based on stroke volume and end diastolic volume.
Stratifies bleeding risk in patients with atrial fibrillation before the anticoagulation therapy is initiated.
Predicts risk of major bleeding in patients diagnosed with ACS, especially NSTEMI.
Estimates target heart rate, maximum heart rate and reserve, all in beats per minute based on age, resting heart rate and intensity.
Predicts the annual expansion of the enlarged aorta and the risk of rupture based on size of aneurysm.
Estimates the CO value in mL per min given oxygen consumption, arterial and venous concentrations.
Determines cardiac index based on cardiac output and body surface area, as a measure of the heart’s pumping function.
Determines the maximum heart rate by 6 formulas to offer information on cardiac fitness.
Predicts risk of cardiovascular complications in patients undergoing noncardiac surgery.
Evaluates patient symptoms to help with infective endocarditis diagnosis.
Assesses risk of perioperative cardiac complications in heart surgery patients.
Determines the healthy range of the THR and the heart rate reserve by Karvonen formula.
Determines total blood, RBC and plasma values based on patient criteria, hematocrit, height and weight.
Predicts risk of ischemic events and mortality for patients with unstable angina or a non ST elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI).
Estimates the average blood pressure obtained during one cardiac cycle.
Helps diagnose ST elevation acute myocardial infarction in the presence of left bundle branch block (LBBB).
Determines the difference between the systolic and the diastolic blood pressure.
Determines risk of stroke and thromboembolic events in patients with atrial fibrillation.
Stratifies risk of ischemic events and mortality in patients with ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI).
Determines the necessity of triggering massive transfusion (MT) protocol and likelihood of administration of pRBC.
Determines the myocardial infarction mortality risk in patients suffering from acute coronary syndrome.
Predicts the risk of a serious life threatening outcome in patients suffering from syncope.
Predicts risk of ischemic events caused by thromboembolism in patients with atrial fibrillation.
Predicts mortality risk from HF within 1 or 3 years, based on patient data, cardiac and comorbidity parameters.
Helps diagnose the type of cardiac hypertrophy based on LVMI and relative wall thickness.
Determines HR in beats per minute based on RR interval distance or cycle length in msec.
Calculates 10-year risk of heart disease or stroke based on the Pooled Cohort Equations by 2013 ACC/AHA Guideline.
Predicts in-hospital mortality risk post major cardiac surgery.
Estimates the amount of blood pumped out of the left ventricle of the heart with each contraction.
Estimates the mitral valve area based on five different methods to help with diagnosis of mitral stenosis.
Estimates aortic valve area (AVA) based on the continuity, Gorlin and Hakki equations.
Determines aortic valve area (AVA) based on cardiac output, heart rate, systolic ejection period and mean gradient.
Determines the left atrial size indexed to body surface area to help diagnose abnormal dilatation.
Estimates the work done by the ventricle to eject a volume of blood based on stroke volume and mean arterial pressure.
Determines the pressure gradient that drives coronary blood pressure, as difference between DBP and left ventricular end diastolic pressure.
Diagnoses acute rheumatic fever based on presence of major and minor criteria in pediatric patients with preceding GAS infection.
Helps evaluate atrial or ventricular septal defects by revealing right to left, respectively left to right shunts.
Diagnoses and prognoses coronary artery disease based on ECG testing, presence and severity of angina during exercise.
Estimates pulmonary capillary wedge pressure from peak mitral inflow E velocity and average septal and lateral velocities.
Determines myocardial workload by multiplying heart rate by systolic blood pressure.
Determines the percentage of size reduction of the left ventricle based on M-mode measurements.
Determines the regurgitant volume, effective regurgitant orifice and volume flow rate based on Doppler measurements.
Evaluates left and right ventricular function and may be used as part of cardiovascular assessment (1st tab for LV, 2nd tab for RV).
Helps diagnose abnormal diastolic function based on four clinical criteria, when LVEF is normal.
Determines the Right Ventricular Systolic Pressure based on the TR jet maximum velocity by spectral Doppler to evaluate stenosis.
Determines the instantaneous pressure gradient by converting the velocity difference obtained by spectral Doppler.
Estimates left atrial pressure based on systolic blood pressure and maximum mitral regurgitation velocity measured by spectral Doppler.