LAM KID - 2014;4(03)

LAM KID

SEPTEMBER 19, 2014

[Forgotten agent: raloxifene]

BENKŐ Ágota

[The largest group of the patients with osteoporosis is postmenopausal women characterized by a state of menopausal hormone deficiency which is results in accelerated bone loss. This increased bone resorption significantly elevates the risk of bone fractures including the most common type, i.e. vertebral fractures. In addition to the increased risk of fractures, estrogen deficiency affects other organs, thus, increasing the incidence of cardiovascular diseases, cancers, mood disorders and the... tovább »

LAM KID

SEPTEMBER 19, 2014

[Investigation of vitamin D supply in hospitalized patients]

FATA Emőke, ÁGOTA Katalin, HORVÁTH Dóra Eszter, VIRÁGH Éva, KÁNYÁSI Mária, KOVÁCS LÁSZLÓ, BALOGH Dóra, SCHAFFER Éva, OLÁH András, LŐCSEI Zoltán, SALAMON Antal, TOLDY Erzsébet

[Recent studies have shown that adequate vitamin D level is essential in the maintenance of normal immunological status and presumably, it has a remarkable role even in the healing of some diseases. Vitamin D deficiency is a common phenomenon worldwide. Presently, the accepted marker of vitamin-D status is the total-25-hydroxy- D-vitamin [t-25(OH)D], its level depends on the specific (DBP) and aspecific (albumin) binding proteins. As known, the level of binding proteins may change in the... tovább »

LAM KID

SEPTEMBER 19, 2014

[Role of patient clubs in successful treatment of osteoporotic patients]

SOMOGYI Péter, GAÁL János, SPEER Gábor

[The significance of osteoporosis is well known, however, the number of patients receiving treatment is only a small fraction of ideal. Besides, the fact that the population is uninformed, the difficulties of making an appointment with a specialist and the unsatisfactory communication of the doctor all play a part in the fact that a high proportion of patients receiving mediation give up treatment prematurely. The Inter - na tional Osteoporosis Foundation supports the establishment of public... tovább »