Vectra Cardiovascular Risk provides a personalized assessment of inflammation for patients with rheumatoid arthritis to predict their risk of a cardiovascular event in the next 3 years.
Cardiovascular Risk is Associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis Inflammation

Inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may affect your organs, such as eyes, skin, lungs, heart and arteries.

Inflammation throughout the whole body, also known as systemic inflammation, contributes to cardiovascular disease.

Patients with RA have an approximately 50% greater risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) compared to the general population, and CVD is the leading cause of death in RA patients.1

Pink Glow
Pink Glow
Yellow Glow
Pink Glow
Personalized Risk

Who Is It For

Vectra Cardiovascular Risk is intended for RA patients 40 years or older with no prior cardiovascular (CV) events (e.g. heart attack or stroke).

Vectra Enhanced Care

Controlling inflammation can help lower one’s CV risk. Vectra Cardiovascular Risk accurately predicts CV events in patients with Low, Moderate, or High Vectra Scores. Talk to your doctor about adding Vectra Cardiovascular Risk when ordering the Vectra Test.

How It Can Help

Vectra Cardiovascular Risk helps you and your provider understand your current risk for a CV event in the next 3 years. Knowing the risk and how inflammation can affect your health allows you and your doctor to make informed treatment decisions to reach treatment goals.

Vectra Cardiovascular Risk Result

The Vectra Cardiovascular Risk Result shows your personalized risk of having a major cardiovascular event in the next 3 years.

Take a tour of the Vectra Cardiovascular Risk Result section by section in this video breakdown.

Take a deep dive into your Vectra Molecular Result and learn more about your CV risk with the post-test patient education guide.

Learn more about Vectra and Vectra Cardiovascular Risk and how it may help guide patient and provider decisions.


Your test results will be sent to your provider’s office. You can access your current and future results on our patient portal, myVectra. Use your Vectra results to discuss treatment plans and treatment goals with your provider.


Newsletter Signup