dcsimg Once Is Enough: A Guide to Preventing Future Fractures

NIAMS Publication Ordering System

There is no charge for NIAMS publications.

Click on cover to view larger image.

  (PDF Version)
Add to Cart

Once Is Enough: A Guide to Preventing Future Fractures

Last published 04/2015

Please note that online information may be more recently updated than printed materials.

本出版物介紹了骨折的危害和如何預防骨折的方法。本文解釋了為什麼骨折有時是骨質疏鬆症的警訊之一,還介紹了骨質疏鬆症的診斷方法。本文還介紹了如何減少骨折風險的各種策略。最後,本文還介紹了進一步查詢骨骼健康相關資訊的方法。

This fact sheet contains information about the dangers of fractures and how to prevent them. It describes why a fracture may be an indication of osteoporosis, and how osteoporosis is diagnosed. It provides different strategies on how to reduce the risk of fractures. There is also information on where to find additional resources.

NIH Publication No. 15-7889-C

Length: 10 pp.

Intended Audience:

  • General public
  • For medical & health professionals to share with patients

Quantity that can be ordered: up to 1 copy

This publication is in the public domain. It can be reproduced.

Size: 8 1/2 x 11

Language: Chinese


To order by phone or inquire about bulk orders for health forums or fairs, please contact the NIAMS Information Clearinghouse at (877) 22-NIAMS (226-4267). The TTY (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) number is (301) 565-2966.

We are allowed to store your contact information when you write to us under System of Record # 09-25-0106, last published in the Federal Register on September 26, 2002, [Volume 67, Number 187] Page 60758. We collect this information in order to be able to mail you the information you are requesting. We will share it only with those who need it to fulfill your request. We won't share it with anyone outside of NIH. If you decide you don't want to provide your mailing address, we won't be able to mail anything to you. You can still view most of the information we have available on the Web site, but there are a few items we provide in hard copy only. If you would prefer to provide your mailing address to us over the phone, please call us at (877) 22-NIAMS (226-4267). For more information about privacy and how we use cookies on this Web site, please see the NIAMS Privacy Policy.