Data from: Oral bisphosphonates are associated with increased risk of atypical femoral fractures in elderly women

 

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Title atypicalfractures database
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Description This is a database for a case-control study nested in the Spanish database BIFAP (Base de Datos para la Investigación Farmacoepidemiológica en Atención Primaria, Database for Pharmacoepidemiologic Research in Primary Care). This is a longitudinal population-based database maintained by the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices that collects, from 2001 onwards, the computerized medical records of >3.2 million patients attended by more than 1,800 primary care physicians throughout Spain. It includes anonymized information on >13.7 million person-years of follow up.
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Erviti J, Alonso A, Oliva B, Gorricho J, López A, Timoner J, Huerta C, Gil M, De Abajo F (2013) Oral bisphosphonates are associated with increased risk of atypical femoral fractures in elderly women. BMJ Open 3(1): e002091. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2012-002091

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Erviti J, Alonso A, Oliva B, Gorricho J, López A, Timoner J, Huerta C, Gil M, De Abajo F (2013) Data from: Oral bisphosphonates are associated with increased risk of atypical femoral fractures in elderly women. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h435m
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