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Loss of bone mass- bone resorption out places deposit symptoms/ risk factors weak bones, petite body form, break bones easy, activity level, poor diet, loss of height
Drugs: fosamax, SERM- increase bone mineral density
Hormone estrogen replacement therapy to slow bone loss
Vitamin D, calcium supplements
Weight bearing exercise
rate of occurrence
54 million 1-2 women over the age of 50, 30% of women, 60-70 in America will get it.
You have to be careful. A fracture could happen even with minor injuries. Pain and deformity.
Cells wound repair
A) Neutrophil- pus, eats pathogens and every damaged cell
B) macrophages- come and eat neutrophils
C) eosinophils- reduce inflammation
D) basophils- histamine, promote inflammation
A) histamine- promotes inflammation B) prostaglandin- causes veins to contract c) Fibrin- creates a clot, hematoma, scab walls off wound, platelet plug greatest at wound d) heparin- anticoagulant, greatest away from wound E) PTH- takes calcium from bone and releases into blood
A) hematoma is formed- fibroblasts secrete collagen fibers- fibrin sticks to it- patlets stick to that