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By accessing, using or downloading the GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator app or accompanying website you agree to the following Terms and Conditions:

The GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator app (the "App") and the accompanying website at http://gracescore.org/ (the "Site") are operated by the University Court of the University of Edinburgh, a charitable body registered in Scotland under registration number SC005336, incorporated under the Universities (Scotland) Acts and having its main administrative offices at Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL, and the University of Massachusetts, a public institution of higher education of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as represented by its Medical School (Worcester campus) ("We"). The Site and App are for use only by qualified health care professionals ("HCPs"), in conjunction with a comprehensive individual patient assessment, in patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes ("ACS"). The Site and the App are intended as a risk assessment tool to provide HCPs with information about a patient’s potential for a future coronary event, as one component of a comprehensive clinical patient assessment.

Nothing contained in the Site or the App is intended to replace the physician–patient relationship, or to be a substitute for medical advice. Any information provided should be interpreted in the context of a comprehensive professional clinical assessment.

You hereby agree that any medical decision or treatment will be based on a complete clinical assessment and not this risk score in isolation. You also acknowledge that your use of this Site and the App are at your own risk.

For full Terms and Conditions, please click here.

If the Terms and Conditions set forth above are not acceptable to you, do not use this Site or App.

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About

The GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator implements the revised GRACE algorithms for predicting death or death/myocardial infarction following an initial acute coronary syndrome (ACS).

GRACE (the Global Registry of Acute Coronary Events) is an international observational programme of outcomes for patients who were hospitalized with an ACS in the 10 years from 1999. GRACE includes nearly 250 hospitals in 30 countries, and enrolled a total of 102,341 patients. Participating physicians receive confidential quarterly reports showing their outcomes side by side with the aggregate outcomes of all participating hospitals. The GRACE Risk Score has been extensively validated prospectively and externally.

For more information, bibliography and GRACE score contact information please visit the GRACE database homepage at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and GRACE Score at the University of Edinburgh.

The work on the updated GRACE calculator was supported by the British Heart Foundation and the Chief Scientist in Scotland, and the development of the app and website was supported by an educational grant from AstraZeneca to the University of Edinburgh.

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