Madhavbaug, a specialist in treating and reversing cardiac related illness through its scientific evidence based ayurvedic therapies on Thursday launched Heart Health Meter (HHM), a unique web based application that can help individuals assess their own heart health and generate a comprehensive report from the comfort of their home. The unique meter system, a first of its kind in the Ayurveda industry, would warn individuals about any potential cardio-vascular risk that may arise in the future and help them take preventive measures to lead a healthy life.
Madhavbuag’s Heart Health Meter (HHM) developed under its ‘Save My Heart’ mission uses a scorecard that measures various stages of heart health, like Worst Stage (High Risk) to Excellent Stage (No Risk), with a detailed Medical Report explaining the risks. Based on those risk calculations, a team of experts from Madhavbaug will provide immediate assistance by recommending suitable actions that should be taken to prevent and reverse heart-related problems in the future.
The health score is based on Framingham Score & Finnish Diabetes Risk Score. The Framingham Risk Score helps to estimate the 10-year cardiovascular risk of an individual based on sex specific algorithm. It helps to determine an individual’s chances of developing cardiovascular disease, within a specified period of time, usually 10-30 years. The Finnish Diabetes Risk Score (FINDRISC) is based on a set of questionnaires to identify individuals at high risk of developing T2DM or Type 2 Diabetes.
“Technology is one major factor that had helped modern medicine to march ahead of traditional healthcare systems. Our scientific evidence based Ayurvedic treatment and therapies makes effective use of modern technology to better serve our patients. The launch of Heart Health Meter is a testimony to our strong focus on Research and Development (R&D) and our effort to bring India’s ancient healing system at par with modern medicine,” said Dr. Rohit Sane, Founder & CEO, Madhavbaug.
The Heart Health Meter (HHM) would be displayed at the forthcoming World Ayurveda Congress to be held at Goa in December 20222.