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성인간호학 골다공증 아티클 저널 해석 원본 포함

저작시기 2012.04 |등록일 2012.05.12 한글파일한컴오피스 (hwp) | 13페이지 | 가격 1,300원

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성인간호학 골다공증 아티클 저널 해석 원본 포함입니다.

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Table 1 Diagnostic criteria for osteoporosis
Classification
T-score*
Normal bone density
-1 or greater
Osteopenia
Between -1 and -2.5
Osteoporosis
-2.5 or less
Established (severe osteoporosis)
-2.5 or less plus a fragility fracture
(World Health Organization 1994)

*T-score is the measurement of bone mineral density by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry scan. A T score of
the hip and/or spine is considered to be the gold standard.

BMD is measured by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scan (WHO 1994). The lower
the BMD score the greater the risk of fracture. Osteoporosis can result from factors that lead to bones not reaching high density in the first place, such as genetics, poor childhood diet, or because of events that cause bones to lose density quicker than usual, including medications, lack of oestrogen (early menopause), disease or a combination of factors (Poole and Compston 2006).
Rheumatoid arthritis, parental fracture and high alcohol intake increase fracture risk independently of BMD (Kanis et al 2008). Patients at risk of osteoporotic fracture are usually identified after a fragility fracture or opportunistically because of the presence of clinical risk factors (Box 1).

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