10-year Individualized Diabetes Complications Risk Scores
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The Individualized Diabetes Complications (IDC) Risk Scores provide personalized evidence-based risk information for patients with type 2 diabetes and obesity about their future risk of cardiovascular outcomes and death, based on current status of obesity, diabetes, and related health conditions, with and without bariatric and metabolic surgery. The calculator has been constructed from data of near 14,000 Cleveland Clinic patients with type 2 diabetes and obesity to predict 10-year risk of developing major adverse cardiovascular outcomes. If you already have one of these adverse outcomes, the calculator does not predict the future risk for that specific outcome.
Default numbers were used to calculate these results.You should return to this calculator once you have your real numbers from your regular doctor, so that your results are as accurate as possible.
|Complication||Your Current 10-Year Risk||10-Year Risk After Surgery||Absolute Change in 10-Year Risk||Relative Change in 10-Year Risk|
|Your 10-year risk of death (all-cause) would be lower after surgery for diabetes.|
|Your 10-year risk of heart failure would be lower after surgery for diabetes.|
|Coronary Heart Disease|
|Your 10-year risk of coronary heart disease would be lower after surgery for diabetes.|
|Diabetic Kidney Disease|
|Your 10-year risk of diabetic kidney disease would be lower after surgery for diabetes.|
|Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke)*||7.7%||4.1%||3.6%|
|Your 10-year risk of cerebrovascular disease (stroke)* would be lower after surgery for diabetes.|
10 Year Outcomes for 100 People like you
Coronary Heart Disease
Diabetic Kidney Disease
Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke)*
*For the risk of Cerebrovascular Disease, since predictive models were not accurate, the cumulative incidences at 10-years are shown.
 Aminian A, Zajichek A, Arterburn DE, Wolski KE, Brethauer SA, Schauer PR, Kattan MW, Nissen SE. Association of Metabolic Surgery With Major Adverse Cardiovascular Outcomes in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity. JAMA. 2019;322:1271-1282
 Aminian A, Zajichek A, Arterburn DE, Wolski KE, Brethauer SA, Schauer PR, Nissen SE, Kattan MW. Individualized Diabetes Complications Risk Scores: Future Risk of Diabetes End-Organ Complications with and without Metabolic Surgery.
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