The Danish Medical Birth Register (MBR) was established in 1973 based on paper birth forms, and data on all live and stillbirths by women with residence in Denmark giving birth in Denmark have been registered in the MBR since. The MBR comprises routinely collected data from the National Patient Registry (NPR), including additional specific variables on pregnancy, delivery, and outcome supplemented with demographic information and the content of separate forms on home births and stillbirth. All conditions relevant for the pregnancy are reported to the NPR at the first antenatal contact. This includes information on maternal characteristics such as pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI), smoking in the first trimester, and relevant comorbidities.
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