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CCORT is funded by a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Team Grant in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research

CCORT is funded by a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Team Grant in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research

CANHEART is funded by a CIHR Team Grant in Chronic Disease Risk & Intervention Strategies

Heart Failure Scoring System

In order to run the Pocket PC version of the Heart Failure Mortality Prediction model, Microsoft Visual Basic Runtime for Pocket PC must be downloaded.

This file will install the VBRuntime files on your device. While these files were probably on your device originally, a bug in the Pocket PC operating system causes them to be improperly removed when certain programs are uninstalled.

Right click on the link below and select "Save Target As..." Save the file to your desktop. Once the file has finished downloading, copy it over to your Pocket PC using the Active Sync file explorer. Once the file has been copied over, open the File Explorer on your Pocket PC, locate the new file and tap on it.

The installer will launch. If you are asked whether you want to replace any files, please tap "Yes To All."

Select one from below to download eMbedded Visual Basic Runtime for Pocket PC

Once Visual Basic Runtime is installed on your Pocket PC, you can then download the Heart Failure Mortality Prediction Model file to your Pocket PC device. Once you have downloaded the file to the device, you can use "File Explorer" to browse to the file and tap on it to use the Heart Failure Mortality Prediction Model.  

Click here to download Heart Failure Mortality Prediction Model

If you experience problems with this program, please send us an email.


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