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To evaluate the noninferiority of a 6-month treatment with 210 mg romosozumab at 90 mg/mL administered subcutaneously (SC) once a month (QM) in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis either by healthcare provider (HCP) administration with prefilled syringe (PFS) or by subject self-administration with autoinjector/pen (AI/Pen)
This study will evaluate whether an early positive response to once-monthly oral ibandronate in treatment-naive participants with postmenopausal osteoporosis is predictive of efficacy later in treatment. The anticipated time on study treatment is 6 months, and the target sample size is 360 individuals.
The purpose of the study is to describe the characteristics and management of post menopausal women with osteoporosis treated with Prolia in France, and examine the use of Prolia in routine clinical practice in France
Both the pathogenesis and the treatment of osteoporosis may potentially interfere at different levels on the multi-stage complex cascade of events involved in bone healing/regeneration. To our knowledge no human studies have been performed to clarify the potential effect of osteoporosis on post-extraction alveolar healing. The primary outcome of the study is to compare alveolar bone changes in width and height 3 months after tooth extraction in 10 post-menopausal osteoporotic women and 10 post menopausal non osteoporotic women by the use of cone-beam computer tomography (CBCT) images. The secondary outcomes considered are: clinical changes in the external contour of the ridge and periodontal parameters in the neighbouring teeth after a tooth extraction and 3 months later. In addition the accuracy of panoramic morphometric indexes in detecting osteoporosis will be measured.
This study will compare the effectiveness of denosumab treatment every 6 months with once yearly zoledronic acid treatment on bone mineral density (BMD) at various skeletal sites.
To determine the clinical safety and efficacy of BA058 Transdermal in otherwise healthy postmenopausal women with osteoporosis as assessed by changes in bone mineral density (BMD) and serum markers of bone metabolism when compared to Transdermal Placebo and BA058 Injection for 6 months of treatment.
This single arm, open label study will assess the efficacy and safety of and compliance to treatment with Bonviva/Boniva (ibandronate) in biphosphonate-naïve patients with post-menopausal osteoporosis. Patients will receive Bonviva/Boniva at a dose of 3 mg intravenously every three months. Anticipated time on study treatment is 12 months with a follow-up of 12 months.
Vitamin K is thought to be important for bone health because it activates several proteins involved in bone formation. Poor dietary intake of vitamin K (mainly found in dark green leafy vegetables) is associated with bone loss and fractures. Giving supplements of the main dietary form of vitamin K (called K1) or another common form which our bodies make from K1(called MK4), to improve bone health have given mixed results. This confusion is thought to have arisen because these studies involved people who already had enough vitamin K or did not have osteoporosis. We want to test the hypothesis that treatment with bisphosphonates combined with vitamin K, in vitamin K deplete elderly women with osteoporosis, may offer additional benefit on skeletal metabolism and reduction of fracture risk. We want to test this by measuring vitamin K status in post-menopausal women with osteoporosis who are on the recommended treatment with a bisphosphonate and calcium/vitamin D supplements. Those with low vitamin K will then be recruited to study the effect of supplementation with either K1 or MK4.
This study is designed to provide information about the bone-anabolic response of PTH134 when administered orally, in comparison to Forsteo®, the sub-cutaneous form of teriparatide, the active ingredient in PTH134.
The study will assess the real life effectiveness of zoledronic acid in the management of patients with osteoporosis over 4 years of treatment. Zoledronic acid will be compared to oral bisphosphonates (OBP) with respect to the change in Bone Mineral Density (BMD) and incidence of fractures.