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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Relationship of Femoral Bone Density with Gender of Study to be Acquainted with the Prevalence of Regional Osteoporosis in Patients

Author: M. REDDY, M.K. VETRI KUMAR
Abstract: Worldwide, the quantity of hip fractures, the maximum essential osteoporotic hardship in the ageing, keeps to upsurge consistent with the getting old of the population. Bone mineral density (BMD) is the quantity of the minerals, in the main calcium and phosphorous, controlled insure extent of bone to identify osteoporosis. Low bone mineral density is a danger element for fractures. Although there are numerous danger elements affecting the threat of fragility fractures, low bone density, mass, and strength make a contribution to better fracture threat if falling. In fracture prevention, it is critical to enhance each bone fitness and bodily overall performance. Osteoporosis might also reason the patients to be incapacitated with lower back ache, loss of top, kyphosis, pneumonia, and pulmonary thromboembolism. The pattern size turned into determined by the use of a single proportional system using the pervasiveness price of osteoporosis in India. The pattern length turned into determined by means of the usage of a unmarried proportional components using the pervasiveness rate of osteoporosis in India. This research work proposes association of femoral bone density with gender of study to know the prevalence of regional osteoporosis in patients.
Keyword: World Health Organization, Bisphosphonates, Denosumab, DXA, Osteopenia and SD.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.215
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