Welcome to the QFrailty®-2017 risk calculator: http://qfrailty.org

About you
Age (18-100):
Sex: Male Female
UK postcode: leave blank if unknown
Necessary information
Smoking status:
Alcohol status:
Emergency admissions in the last year:
Heart attack, angina, stroke or TIA?
Atrial fibrillation?
Congestive cardiac failure?
Chronic renal disease (stage 4 or 5)?
Venous thrombo-embolism?
Asthma or COPD?
Learning disabilities?
Manic depression or schizophrenia?
Malabsorption eg Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, steatorrhea,blind loop syndrome?
Chronic liver/pancreatic disease?
Registered blind or extremely poor vision?
Leg ulcers?
Parkinson's disease?
Peptic ulcer?
Poor mobility (e.g. housebound, chairbound, bedridden, or receiving mobility allowance)?
Rheumatoid arthritis?
High blood pressure requiring treatment?
Living in a care home?
Have you seen the GP in the last year with:
Appetite loss?
Unexplained weight loss?
Blackouts or fainting episodes?
Difficulty emptying your bladder?
Blood tests
Abnormal LFTs (GGT, ALT or bilirubin more than 3 times normal)?
Anaemia (hb under 11g/dl) ?
Platelets > 480?
Drugs: are you
taking anticoagulants (eg warfarin)?
taking antidepressants?
taking antipsychotics?
taking anti-inflammatory painkillers (NSAIDS)?
taking steroid tablets regularly?
Leave blank if unknown
Body mass index
Height (cm):
Weight (kg):

Welcome to the QFrailty® risk calculator

Welcome to the QFrailty® Web Calculator. You can use this calculator to work out your risk of developing Frailty by answering some simple questions.

The QFrailty® score, based upon the QMortality® and QAdmissions® algorithms, has been developed by Julia Hippisley-Cox and Carol Coupland and are based on routinely collected data from many thousands of GPs across the country who have freely contributed data to the QResearch database for medical research.

QFrailty® has been developed for the UK population, and is intended for use in the UK. All medical decisions need to be taken by a patient in consultation with their doctor. The authors and the sponsors accept no responsibility for clinical use or misuse of this score.

The science underpinning the QMortality® and QAdmissions® algorithms has been published here: