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Table 1 Questions on self-reported morbidity and use of antihypertensive and lipid-lowering medication

From: Pharmacological management of modifiable cardiovascular risk factors (blood pressure and lipids) following diagnosis of myocardial infarction, stroke and diabetes: comparison between population-based studies in Russia and Norway

 Know Your Heart (Russia)Tromsø 7 (Norway)
Self-reported morbidityHave you ever been told by a doctor (been diagnosed) that you have heart attack/myocardial infarctionDo you have, or have you had a heart attack?
Have you ever been told by a doctor (been diagnosed) that you have strokeDo you have, or have you had a cerebral stroke/brain haemorrhage?
Have you ever been told by a doctor (been diagnosed) that you have diabetesDo you have, or have you had diabetes?
Self-reported use of medicationDo you take your prescribed blood pressure medication every day? (asked only to participants reporting hypertension)Do you use, or have you used blood pressure lowering drugs?
Do you take your prescribed cholesterol medication every day? (asked only to participants reporting high cholesterol)Do you use, or have you used cholesterol lowering drugs?