Correlation between the Finnish Diabetes risk Score and the severity of coronary artery disease.

  title={Correlation between the Finnish Diabetes risk Score and the severity of coronary artery disease.},
  author={Predrag Djuri{\'c} and Zorica Mladenovic and Aleksandra Grdini{\'c} and Dragan Tav{\vc}iovski and Marijan Spasi{\'c} and Zaklina Davi{\vc}evi{\'c}-Elez},
  journal={Vojnosanitetski pregled},
  volume={71 5},
BACKGROUND/AIM The FINish Diabetes RIsk SCore (FINDRISC) which includes age, body mass index (BMI), waist circumference, physical (in) activity, diet, arterial hypertension, history of high glucose levels, and family history of diabetes, is of a great significance in identifying patients with impaired glucose tolerance and a 10-year risk assessment of developing type 2 diabetes in adults. Due to the fact that the FINDRISC score includes parameters which are risk factors for coronary artery… CONTINUE READING


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