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Last Post 26 Nov 2015 12:00 AM by  SuperUser Account
tblNEWBORN_ABNORM - Information about abnormalities (7)
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26 Nov 2015 12:00 AM

    Dear All

    This is the seventh topic with discussions of tables related to pregnant women and pregnancy outcomes in view of potential inclusion of some of the tables/variables in the IeDEA data harmonization efforts.

    Please see for the current version of this table.

    BM suggests to consider the use of the key field

    CHILD_ID Patient ID of the child
    ABNORM_T Type of abnormality

    plus the field

    ABNORM_S Further specifications about the abnormality

    This table needs detailed discussions. BM suggests to extend the list with congenital abnormalities, such as currently captured by EA:

    Central Nervous System (CNS):

    o Hydrocephalus
    o Neural tube defects
    o Other(specify):

    Eye, Ear, Face and Neck :

    o Cleft lip and palate
    o Other(specify):

    Heart :

    o Acyanotic defects (ASD, VSD, AV canal, PDA, etc)
    o Cyanotic defects (e.g. Tetralogy of Fallot, transposition, pulmonary atresia, truncus,Ebstein's)
    o Other or Specify based on Echo:

    Gastro-intestinal system :

    o Gastroschisis
    o Intestinal atresia
    o Tracheo-esophageal Fistula
    o Omphalocele
    o Anorectal malformation
    o Other:

    Genitals :

    o Ambiguous genitalia
    o Hypospadias
    o Other:

    Renal and urinary system :

    o Posterior Urethral valves
    o Other:

    Limb defects :

    o Talipes equinovarus (club foot)
    o Other:

    Chromosomal anomaly :

    o Downs syndrome
    o Other:

    o Other Organ systems, or multi-organ system : (specify):

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