Osteoporosis is a complex, multifactorial disease of compromised bone strength and integrity. This episode covers the key things you need to know about osteoporosis for NCLEX and nursing school.

  • Key hormones involved in osteoporosis
  • Types of osteoporosis
  • Risk factors for osteoporosis
  • Osteoporosis complications
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Tests and assessments
  • Treatments
  • Patient education for osteoporosis

A big “thank you” to HCA Healthcare for sponsoring this episode. Click here to learn more about HCA Healthcare’s robust nurse residency program.

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