The FRAX® algorithms give the 10-year probability of fracture for patients, allowing better diagnosis for patients including the elderly and those who may otherwise be at risk.
The FRAX® website is used worldwide and as such is required to be multi-language. There are now models available to 58 countries, with Kuwait being the latest addition.
The tool is freely available and is used for around 2.8 million fracture calculations per year.
Richlyn have worked with The University of Sheffield for a number of years now and continue to support them with any ongoing developments.