Volume 4, Issue 5

Calcium, phosphate and hydroxyproline as bone turnover markers in adults of 45 to 60 years age group.

Author

V. Bhavani1* and G. Uma Ramani 2

Abstract

The present study is an attempt to monitor the role of bone biochemical markers (calcium, phosphorous and hydroxy proline) in males and females of 45 to 50 years age group and compare their levels with osteoporotic condition. Blood and urine samples was collected from the individuals and subjected to marker analysis. Significantly higher levels of calcium, phosphorous and hydroxy proline were observed in osteoporotic patients compared to normal patients. Female osteoporotic patients possess higher levels of calcium, phosphorous and hydroxy proline compared to male. Assessment of bone biochemical markers provides the valuable information about the risk of the individual towards bone diseases.

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V. Bhavani1* and G. Uma Ramani 2 | Calcium, phosphate and hydroxyproline as bone turnover markers in adults of 45 to 60 years age group. | DOI : *

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