Mar 6, 2023: Our 4th profile from Norway is now available

The Norwegian Cardiovascular Disease Registry is a national health register with individually identifiable data that was established to improve the quality of health care for people with cardiovascular disease. The registry was passed into law by the government in March 2010, and data for the register are available starting 2012, with ongoing, annual updates. The majority of data in the base registry come from the Norwegian Patient Registry (NPR), which contains information on hospital and specialised health care services received by patients, including ICD diagnosis codes, procedures and other pertinent information regarding the specific admission or visit.

If you are already a subscriber to our resource, do check out this profile. If you do not have access but would like to give B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA® a try, consider contacting us for a quick demo of our 393 healthcare database profiles from 51 countries. You may also view the FREE sample set to see what information is provided in our profiles. Contact us for assistance with registration, and other questions.