Know your risk and prevent a stroke

The Stroke Riskometer™ is a unique and easy to use tool for assessing your individual risk of a stroke in the next five or ten years and what you can do to reduce the risk.

The app can also give you an indication of your risk of heart attack, dementia, and diabetes.

The app project already involves over 300 renowned stroke experts from 102 countries, making it the largest international collaborative mobile health project in the world.

The app is free of charge and available in 26 languages, meaning it is now available for 70% of the world's population (5.3 billion people). It is available from the App Store, or Google Play.

Stroke is a silent killer

You may be at risk and not know it

  • Up to 80% of strokes are preventable.

  • Stroke is the second leading cause of death worldwide.

  • Sixteen million people a year experience a stroke.

  • One in four people experience a stroke in their lifetime.

  • Stroke can occur at any age and at any time and many of those occur in people with a low to medium risk of having a stroke.

Assess your personal risk of stroke in a few minutes

Using 20 scientifically tested questions anyone between the ages of 20 to 90+ can quickly see their risk of stroke, as well as getting essential information on how they can reduce their chance of stroke by using the Pro version of the app.

Help others

Choose to join a global community concerned with stroke and stroke prevention in over 160 countries. Help us better understand stroke, heart attack, dementia, diabetes mellitus and their risk factors and develop relevant prevention strategies to help save lives by taking part in our study.

Award winning app

In 2014, out of 100,000+ health-related apps, the Stroke Riskometer™ app was selected by leading doctors as a top health app worldwide (number 1 app in Medical Conditions category for iOS). The app won based on its medical accuracy, its utility in supporting health or healthy living goals, and usability.

In 2014, the Stroke Riskometer™ was a finalist for the New Zealand Innovators Award, in the category Innovation in Health & Science.

In 2022, Valery Feigin was one of the 29 winners of the WHO (World Health Organization) Western Pacific Innovation Challenge for the work entitled “Digital solutions for primary stroke and CVD prevention”. This work was selected from over 400 applications entered to the first WHO Western Pacific Innovation Challenge. It reflects his work on the Stroke Riskometer app for lay people and the PreventS-MD webapp for health professionals that are being offered for implementation across the globe.

Endorsed by:

World Federation of Neurology
World Stroke Organization
International Association of Neurology & Epidemiology
European Stroke Organisation
International Association of Neurology and Epidemiology
Stroke Foundation of Australia

Developed by AUT Enterprises Limited

Available to download on the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android