Objective: Cardiovascular disease can be predicted with several measuring instruments; one of them is the Framingham Risk Score. The study to determine the relationship of age, sex, treatment of hypertension, history of diabetes mellitus, smoking behaviour, blood pressure, and BMI with the risk of cardiovascular disease. Methods: This research was a descriptive-analytic with approach cross-sectional. The population was employees at Universitas Respati Yogyakarta. Sample taken by incidental sampling were 79 respondents. The instruments were the Framingham Risk Score, digital Sphygmanometer, Microtoise, and digital scales. Bivariate test using Somers'D. Result: Most of the respondents in late adulthood were 32 respondents (40.5%), Male were 56 respondents (70.9%), did not take hypertension treatment were 60 respondents (75.9%), did not have diabetes mellitus were 73 respondents (92.4%), and non-smokers were 58 respondents (73.4%). Bivariate test results between age, sex, history of diabetes mellitus, smoking behaviour, blood pressure, BMI, and treatment of hypertension with a risk of cardiovascular disease were p-values 0.002; 0,000; 0.003; 0.005; 0.005; 0.007; and 0, 089. Conclusion: There was a relationship between age, sex, history of diabetes mellitus, active smokers, blood pressure, and BMI with the risk of cardiovascular disease. At the same time, hypertension treatment is not related to the risk of cardiovascular disease.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||International Medical Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- Cardiovascular disease
- Framingham risk score