The active identification, investigation and management of patients with minimal trauma fracture can significantly reduce long-term re-fracture risk and is a highly cost-effective intervention, an expert says. Speaking at a Fracture Liaison Service Forum hosted in Sydney by Amgen, endocrinologist and bone expert Professor Markus Seibel from the Concord Hospital in Sydney told delegates that ...
Secondary fracture prevention programmes are clinically and cost effective: experts
3 Dec 2019
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