Drugs that increase the risk of osteoporosis include Selective estrogen

Drugs that increase the risk of osteoporosis include

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Drugs that increase the risk of osteoporosis includeSelective estrogen receptor modifiers (SERMS) treat osteoporosis by selectively:
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Inadequate Vitamin D intake can contribute to the development of osteoporosis by?A low Vitamin D intake is the most significant dietary factor contributing to osteoporosis. (T/F)The drug recommended as primary prevention of osteoporosis in women over the age of 70 years:Intranasal calcitonin is used in the treatment of osteoporosis. Calcitonin therapy is appropriate for which patient:Men who use transdermal testesterone gel (androgel) should be advised to:Absolute contraindications to estrogen therapyWomen with an intact uterus should be prescribed:Women who have migraine with aura should not be prescribed estrogen due to:Women who have migraine with aura are at higher risk for ____ and should not use ____ medicationTreatment of a patient with prescription with hypothyroidism and cardiovascular disease consists of:Infants with congenital hypothyroidism are treated with:When starting a patient on with hypothyroidism on thyroid replacement hormones patient education would include:AgranulocytosisCalcitoninAnti-thyroid medication safe in pregnancyWhat type of bone loss and where does this occur in Osteoporosis involving post-menopausal women?
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Propythiouracil (PTU)Thyroid replacement is effective how soon after initiation of treatment?What are side effects of thyroid replacement therapy Drug therapy for osteoporosis?How to start Oral contraceptives?What are the two Vitamin D deficiency diseases?WEEK 8When do you administer insulin NPHSigns/Symptoms of HypoglycemiaPossible drug interactions for InsulinCharacteristics of Lispro insulinHow to switch from NPH to glargine?What type of insulin is better to lower HbA1c in a hard to control type II diabetic.What are the mechanisms of action of metformin (Glucophage), a biguanide?metformin monitoringActions of glipinsDPP-4How do GLP-1 analogs wowrk?
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Type 1 diabetic have what kind of antibodiesAdvantages of DPP-4Blood pressure goal for diabeticsTreatment of nephrophathyTreatment with insulin for Type 1 diabetics: Dosing for giving insulin twice dailyDiabetic drugs approved for childrenTreatment of lipids in diabetesCause of type 2 diabetesdiagnostic criteria for diabetes
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