TBS Clinical News - October 2016

In recognition of World Osteoporosis Day, we are pleased to send you our October newsletter with up-dates on recent news on Trabecular Bone Score (TBS). As you know, TBS is an independent predictor of fracture and enhances the diagnostic capability of bone densitometers. We are happy to be contributing along with our many happy TBS users to overall osteoporosis diagnosis and awareness of osteoporosis.

In this edition of the Newsletter we are including a review of new TBS studies presented at the 2016 ASBMR held last month in Atlanta 

In addition, we have recently issued an excellent testimonial article by Dr. Lynn Kohlmeier on the use of TBS in clinical practice. In this downloadable article, Dr. Kohlmeier reviews the "10 reasons we should consider TBS in addition to BMD in our patients".

You can also donwload our newly launched Physician ToolKit that encompasses a series of tools that will allow TBS users to educate referring physicians and TBS role to ensure better patient outcomes. Included in this kit is a patient brochure - available in 6 languages.

Highlights of TBS at ASBMR 2016 - Atlanta

Once more, TBS was at the core of many studies with 33 abstracts. We have decided to introduce here the newest findings of clinical studies, opening the gates to the application of TBS in new clinical settings. TBS & Inter-ethnic comparison; TBS Male data; TBS in the Orthopedic field

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Trabecular Bone Score (TBS) Testimonial of clinical use, by Dr. Lynn Kohlmeier

"10 reasons we should consider TBS in addition to BMD in our patients"

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Physician ToolKit includes TBS Technology White Paper, sample cover letters to send to your referring physicians, patient brochure, TBS poster for your waiting room, etc.

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