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    The birth prevalence, severity, and temporal trends of congenital heart disease in the middle‐income country: A population‐based study

    Mohd Nizam Mat Bah1, Mohd Hanafi Sapian1, Mohammad Tamim Jamil1, Nisah Abdullah1, Emieliyuza Yusnita Alias1, Norazah Zahari2

    Congenital Heart Disease, Vol.13, No.6, pp. 1012-1027, 2018, DOI:10.1111/chd.12672

    Abstract Objectives: There is limited data on congenital heart disease (CHD) from the lower‐ and middle‐income country. We aim to study the epidemiology of CHD with the specific objective to estimate the birth prevalence, severity, and its trend over time.
    Design: A population‐based study with data retrieved from the Pediatric Cardiology Clinical Information System, a clinical registry of acquired and congenital heart dis‐ ease for children.
    Setting: State of Johor, Malaysia.
    Patients: All children (0‐12 years of age) born in the state of Johor between January 2006 and December 2015.
    Intervention: None.
    Outcome measure: The birth prevalence, severity, and temporal trend over time.
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