The medication use patterns, tratment satsfaction, and inadequate control of osteoporosis study is a prospective, observational study of women with osteoporosis in Europe and Canada. At baseline, patients with gasrointestinal symptoms reported lower adherece to osteoporosis treatment, tratment satisfaction, and health-related quality of life, than those without gastrointestoinal sympotms.

Modi, A., Sen, S., Adachi, J., Adami, S., Cortet, B., Geusens, P., et al. (2016). Gastrointestinal symptoms and association with medication use patterns, adherence, tratment satisfaction, quality of life, and resource use in osteoporosis: baseline results of the MUSIC-OS study. OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL, 27, 1227-1238 [10.1007/s00198-015-3388-3].

Gastrointestinal symptoms and association with medication use patterns, adherence, tratment satisfaction, quality of life, and resource use in osteoporosis: baseline results of the MUSIC-OS study

Barbagallo, M
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Letizia Mauro, G
Investigation
2016-01-01

Abstract

The medication use patterns, tratment satsfaction, and inadequate control of osteoporosis study is a prospective, observational study of women with osteoporosis in Europe and Canada. At baseline, patients with gasrointestinal symptoms reported lower adherece to osteoporosis treatment, tratment satisfaction, and health-related quality of life, than those without gastrointestoinal sympotms.
2016
Settore MED/34 - Medicina Fisica E Riabilitativa
Modi, A., Sen, S., Adachi, J., Adami, S., Cortet, B., Geusens, P., et al. (2016). Gastrointestinal symptoms and association with medication use patterns, adherence, tratment satisfaction, quality of life, and resource use in osteoporosis: baseline results of the MUSIC-OS study. OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL, 27, 1227-1238 [10.1007/s00198-015-3388-3].
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