Mid-Life Interventions to Reduce Age-Related Fragility Fractures – UROP Spring Symposium 2021

Mid-Life Interventions to Reduce Age-Related Fragility Fractures

Chandan Kadur

Chandan Kadur

Pronouns: he/him

Research Mentor(s): Karl Jepsen, Professor
Research Mentor School/College/Department: Orthopaedics, Michigan Medicine
Presentation Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Session: Session 3 (1pm-1:50pm)
Breakout Room: Room 19
Presenter: 7

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The average age of the general population is increasing with the number of positive correlations that showcase an increase in the number of fractures then an individual can experience with increased age. This review study aims to determine the interventions that should be implemented at the midlife or earlier in order to stabilize the bone mass density throughout the course of an individual’s lifetime. This study was conducted from the analysis of literature regarding a large depth of peer-review journal articles that have been conducted in an attempt to provide a clear picture to reduce the reduction of bone mass density later in life. We are able to see that continuous physical interventions as well as increased supplementation in key areas are able to hold the longevity of bone mass density. It is recommended that by using these techniques, we are able to accrue as much bone mass and then maintain the density to offset the likely-hood of a fracture occurring throughout a lifetime.

Authors: Karl Jepsen
Research Method: Survey Research

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