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➤ Treat high risk individuals - particularly those with previous fracture. ➤ Consider bisphosphonates as the first line therapeutic choice for postmenopausal women at high risk of fracture. ➤ Reassess fracture risk after patient has been on bisphosphonates for 3-5 years. ➤ Following reassessment, prescribe a "bisphosphonate holiday" for women who are on bisphosphonates and are low-to-moderate risk of fracture. ➤ Consider anabolic therapy (teriparatide or abaloparatide) for women at very high risk of fractures, including those with multiple fractures. ➤ All women undergoing treatment with osteoporosis therapies other than anabolic therapy should consume calcium and vitamin D in their diet or via supplements. ➤ Monitor the BMD of high-risk individuals with a low BMD every 1 to 3 years. Key Points

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