touchIMMUNOLOGY joins Professor Emma Clark (University of Bristol, UK) at WCO21 to discuss the current limitations of osteoporosis diagnosis and the latest novel technologies for skeletal assessment.
1. Why is the diagnosis of osteoporosis so challenging? (00:16-02:13)
2. What are the strengths and limitations of currently available tools and services to diagnose osteoporosis? (02:13-04:28)
3. What are the most exciting novel technologies for skeletal assessment? (04:28-05:57)
4. What are the major barriers for implementation of novel technologies and how might these be overcome? (05:57-10:18)
Disclosures: Emma Clark is Vice Chair of the Novel Technologies working group, part of the Royal Osteoporosis Bone Research Academy.
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media. Interview conducted by Sophie Nickelson.
Filmed in coverage of the WCO21 Annual Meeting.
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