Screening for fracture risk in older women is ‘highly cost-effective intervention’ – Nursing Times

Nursing TimesScreening for fracture risk in older women is ‘highly cost-effective intervention’Nursing TimesStudy authors. The researchers examined results from a large randomised controlled trial, called SCOOP, which involved 12,483 women aged 70 to 85 years. It compared a screening programme using the FRAX risk assessment calculator in addition to bone …

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