Monday, August 17, 2009

Malaysia's National Trauma Database (NTrD)

The Malaysian National Trauma Database contains information and statistics on trauma injuries pooled from selected Malaysian hospitals from May 2006 - April 2007 (First report).

The National Trauma Database (NTrD) is a service initiated supported by the Ministry of Health (MOH) to collect information about trauma in Malaysia, which will enable us to know the incidence of trauma, and to evaluate its risk factors and treatment in the country. Such information is useful for assisting the MOH, Non-Governmental Organizations, private healthcare providers and industry in program planning and evaluation, leading to trauma prevention and control.

Click on this link here to visit the website to learn more. You can also download a copy of the report; as well as finding other free resources on the different trauma scoring systems (both anatomical as well as physiological scoring).


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