Prevalence of cardiovascular disease

By 2035, more than 130 million adults, or 45.1% of the U.S. population, are projected to have some form of CVD.

In 2035 total costs of CVD are expected to reach $1.1 trillion. Direct medical costs are projected to reach $748.7 billion. Indirect costs are estimated to reach $368 billion.
Source: American Heart Association’s Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics – 2019 Update

Heart disease & blood pressure

≈50% American adults are impacted by heart disease.

116.4M U.S. adults have high blood pressure.

Source: American Heart Association’s Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics – 2019 Update

1/3 of adults worldwide have high blood pressure.

Source: www.heart.org

High blood pressure is the most common cause of heart disease-related deaths.

Source: www.heart.org

Status of heart failure patients

Care demand is increasing: 600,000 patients are estimated to be living with advanced heart failure in the U.S.

Patients are living longer: 11% decrease in mortality at 5 years following heart failure diagnosis

Stage 3 or stage 4 heart failure: Following myocardial infarction; comparing 2001-2010 mortality to 1991-2000 mortality

Source: AHA’s Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics—2017 Update from The Advisory Board. Cardiovascular Market Trends – February 2019

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