National Osteoporosis Guideline Group (NOGG) was established to address the need to integrate the expression of patient's fracture risk as a 10-year probability (the output from FRAX) with current clinical management of osteoporosis including the need to define thresholds for BMD measurement and treatment.
Richlyn Systems' Sheffield website design team worked with The University of Sheffield to amend the FRAX tool to allow interaction with the new webpages containing the graphs. Users can also view their results on the graph without using the FRAX tool by inputting their results on the NOGG homepage.
|Features of this project|
|Website Design & Development||Dynamic Content||Multi Language|
The University of Sheffield approached Richlyn Systems, Web Design Sheffield to create a website which would include a variety of methods to visualise and interpret the results output from the FRAX ® tool.
The main objective of the NOGG website is to advise on the correct procedure and treatment for the elderly or otherwise high risk patients.