Velkommen til FRAX®

FRAX® værktøjet er udviklet af til vurdering af patienters risiko for knoglebrud. Det er baseret på individuelle patientmodeller som samler risikoen forbundet med kliniske risikofaktorer og risikoen baseret på knoglemineraltæthed (BMD) af lårbenshalsen. Knoglemineraltæthedlårbenshalsen.

Dr. John A Kanis

Dr. John A Kanis
Professor Emeritus, University of Sheffield

FRAX® modeller ne er udviklet gennem studie af befolkningskohorter fra Europa, Nordamerika, Asien og Australien. I sin mest avancerede form, er FRAX® værktøjet computerbaseret og dette er tilgængeligt her på siden. Flere forenklede papirudgaver, baseret på antallet af risikofaktorer, kan downloades her fra siden til brug i konsultationsrummet.

FRAX® algoritmer beregner 10-års risikoen for knoglebrud. Resultatet angiver 10-års risikoen for hoftebrud og 10-års risikoen for væsentlige knoglebrud ved osteoporose (klinisk rygfraktur, underarmsbrud, hofte eller skulderbrud).

Background

The FRAX tool is designed to assist clinicians in predicting the ten-year probability of fracture with or without the addition of femoral neck bone mineral density (BMD). It is freely available and is used for around 2.8 million fracture calculations per year. The tool has been independently evaluated to be effective and robust, and has been approved by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in the UK and the Food and Drug Administration in the USA.

The University of Sheffield launched the FRAX tool in 2008. At that time the University hosted the The World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Metabolic Bone Diseases (1991-2010), and the FRAX tool is based on data generated from that centre. However, FRAX was neither developed or endorsed by WHO . The University accepts that any references to the ‘WHO tool’ or to the WHO Collaborating Centre after it finished its work in 2010 are incorrect. We regret these mistakes and we are working to correct them wherever they appear.

FRAX Desktop Application

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Web Version 3.11

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Individuals with fracture risk assessed since 1st June 2011