7 responses to “Apps, websites and guidelines for osteoporosis management in primary care in 2012”

  1. app really makes it easy. Thanks.

  2. I think the app that doesn’t require BMD testing is better for me to use to convince those at risk that they should have the testing done.

  3. The problem with this approach is that it relies on the BMD, which is a useless test in all aspects.

  4. i plan to look at these risk calculators

  5. I already use one of he apps and will start to sue the other one. I found this article helpful and reassuring.

  6. Useful to have both guidelines and calculator in the clinic.

  7. I plan to review some of these risk calculators. Current use is FRAX

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