Bisphosphonates

Drugs used to treat high levels of calcium in the blood.
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bisphosphonates

Type: Term Pronunciation: bis-fos′fō-nāts Definitions: 1. Synthetic pyrophosphate analogues that inhibit osteoclast resorption of bone.
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Bisphosphonates

Bisphosphonates is a class of drugs that increase bone strength and density. The bisphosphonate compounds bind to the surface of damaged bone cells, inhibiting the rate of bone breakdown by osteoclast bone cells, known as resorption. Slowing the rate of resorption allows the bone to recover and heal. The compounds have the therapeutic effect of red...
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Bisphosphonates

Drugs that can be used as a treatment to strengthen bones and reduce high levels of calcium in the blood.
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Bisphosphonates

A class of drugs that inhibits the resorption of bone. (Examples: pamidronate, alendronate, and zoledronate).
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