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Bone Turnover Markers (BTM) have long been used as diagnostic tests for metabolic bone diseases. In the past 20 years, markers that are more specific to bone have been introduced and have been found to be useful in osteoporosis, particularly for monitoring treatment. This course aims to provide a background to the clinical use of bone turnover markers.
This day-long course is open to clinicians (e.g. endocrinology, rheumatology, care of the elderly and clinical chemistry), laboratory scientists and nurses involved in the clinical management of patients at risk of osteoporotic fractures.
At the end of the course, participants should:
- understand the process of bone remodelling and how this can be studied using BTM
- appreciate the methods used for measuring BTM and their sources of variability
- be able to identify the role of BTM in the diagnosis and monitoring of bone diseases in a number of clinical settings including; osteoporosis, chronic kidney disease, Paget’s disease, osteomalacia, and GIOP
- be familiar with best practice in the clinical use of BTM
An application will be made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of the event.
Please view the online programme here.
The Training Course will be held during the Pre-Congress Day of the ECTS 2022 Annual Congress.
Registrations are available here, please select “Pre-Congress Day” in the registration process.
You can register in conjunction or separately from the ECTS 2022 Congress.
- € 150,00 for ECTS Members
- € 200,00 for non Members
- € 100,00 in combination with ECTS 2022 congress registration
Registration to the Pre-Congress day will give you access to all other sessions of the day, with the exception of the Open Fora.