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The GenerEhlist - CCFP Exam Prep, Low Risk Obstetrics & Canadian Primary Care Medicine

Jul 16, 2023

  • Written By: Cezara-Maria Latcu
  • Peer Review By: Bianca-Mariana Baila FM PGY1

Check also the CCFP 105 Topics: Periodic Health Assessment Part One and Two episodes. 

So, first things first: Who should be assessed for osteoporosis and fracture risk? 

There are three categories:

1.   All women and men aged 65 or more;

2.   Adults aged 50-64 who are at high risk of fracture or have already experienced a fragility fracture;

3.   Younger adults under the age of 50 who are at high risk of fractures.

We know who, let’s see „How?”