Provides information on infants with congenital anomalies in Australia.
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The scope of the NCADC includes births (both live births and stillbirths) with a congenital anomaly diagnosed until any age and terminations of pregnancy at any gestation due to a congenital anomaly (if this is available). This includes conditions in the ninth edition of the ICD10-AM, including Chapter 17 (Q00-Q99), P35 (congenital viral diseases) and P371 (congenital toxoplasmosis).
The scope for reporting from the NCADC is narrower than the scope for the collection as a whole. National reporting includes over 400 congenital anomaly condition codes at the 4-character level of the ICD-10-AM, that have significant medical, social or cosmetic outcomes for an individual.
Exclusions from national reporting included:
National Congenital Anomaly Data Collection DQS 2021
External links and information
Congenital anomalies 2016, About - Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Congenital anomalies in Australia 2002-2003
Congenital anomalies in Australia 1998 – 2001
Neural tube defects in Australia: prevalence before mandatory folic acid fortification 19 Dec 2011
Neural tube defects in Australia 05 Nov 2008
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