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/**/ The Northwell Wound Registry is a cold-fusion based personalized wound registry with a total of 15,915 patients with 203,145 discrete wounds. EMR data are available since 2015, while… more »
/**/ In the Swedish Fracture Register (SFR), orthopaedic surgeons, residents or A&E (Accident & Emergency Department) doctors register data on all extremity, pelvic and spine… more »
/**/ Colombia becomes our 55th country, and the Sistema Integrado de Información de la Protección Social - Integrated Social Protection Information System (SISPRO) becomes our 425th… more »
/**/ Austria and Montenegro – We now have databases from these two countries for the first time in our resource:Austrian Epidermolysis Bullosa Registry (Austria)Montenegro… more »