3 edition of Congenital anomalies in Australia 2002-2003 found in the catalog.
Congenital anomalies in Australia 2002-2003
by Australian Institute of Health and Welfare National Perinatal Statistics Unit in Sydney
Written in English
|Statement||Samanthi Abeywardana, Elizabeth A. Sullivan.|
|Series||Birth anomalies series -- no. 3, Birth anomalies series -- no. 3.|
|Contributions||Sullivan, Elizabeth A., National Perinatal Statistics Unit (Australia)|
|LC Classifications||RG627.2.A8 A34 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||2008399974|
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Congenital Anomalies in Australia on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Congenital Anomalies in Australia Format: Hardcover. Congenital anomalies in Australia is the third report in a new revised series on congenital anomalies.
This report provides national information on selected congenital anomalies from Abeywardana S & Sullivan EA Congenital anomalies in Australia – Birth anomalies series no. 3 Cat. PER Sydney: AIHW National Perinatal Statistics Unit. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Board Chair.
Congenital anomalies Congenital anomalies in Australia 2002-2003 book Australia Annual Reports. Congenital anomalies in Australia pdf. Quick Links. Study at NPESU. Work at NPESU. Scholarships. Contact Us. Media Contact. About Us. UNSW Australia. Level 2, AGSM Building (G27) Sydney NSW Congenital anomalies in Australia –,8 does not include data from the Northern Territory, because data were not availa-ble.
This may change, as the NT is reviewing its perinatal data needs. In addition, data were only available from four states on terminations of pregnancy at less than 20 weeks’ gestation for congenital anomalies.
The epidemiology of congenital anomalies in Australia has not been fully captured in recent years. only includes data for –while local (Queensland) data has been limited by the exclusion of early terminations of pregnancy (less than 20 The most common congenital anomalies in Queensland prior to were Tris neural.
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BackgroundA prenatal diagnosis occurs as the result of prenatal screening during a goal of this process is to detect genetic and congenital n 2 to 4 % of women in Australia will receive a prenatal diagnosis that requires them to make a decision about a potential of women are.The increasing rate of maternal obesity provides a major challenge to obstetric practice.
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