Table 1: Cardiometabolic risk scores developed for children and adolescents.

Andersen and Haraldsdottir 1993 [32]ADA 2000 [22, 36]Rodríguez-Morán et al. 2004 [23]McMahan et al. 2005 [21]Andersen et al. 2006 [33]Reed et al. 2007 [18]Brambilla et al. 2007 [19] Bueno et al. 2007 [20]Andersen et al. 2010 [35]

203669652,5751,732242153210
Age range (years)15–195–1710–1815–349–159–119–139-10
Sex (% male)4329N/AN/A47505254

Nationality or ethnicityDanishSouth Asian, British, and African CaribbeanMexicanDanish, Estonian, and PortugueseCanadianSpanishDanish

Stratification, adjustment, or standardisationSexAge and sex (for BMI)Age and sex (for BMI, BP, and TG)Age, sex, and countryAge, sexSex (for obesity)Sex

ExclusionsNonobese

Score nameTotal risk scoreT2D criteriaREGODCIPDAYComposite scoreHealthy Heart ScoreMIRACLEComposite risk factor score

Risk factor included [Y = yes]

AgeY
SexY
BMIYYYYY
Y
SkinfoldsYYY
Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y
Y Y
TCY
Y Y Y
Non-HDL-CY
TC:HDL-CYY
Y Y Y Y
Y
DyslipidemiaY
HyperglycemiaYY
Insulin resistanceYY
T2DY
PCOSY
SmokingYY
FitnessYYY
PAY
Family history of CVD/T2D/Hypertension/obesityYYY
SGAY
Birth weightY
EthnicityYY
Acanthosis nigricansYY

MetS components are given in italics.