Medical registers in rheumatology: do we need a rheumatology register in Poland?
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Online publication date: 2012-11-06
Reumatologia 2012;50(5):416–424
There is no single comprehensive definition of the term “medical register”. This term generally covers all kinds of database that store clinical information collected in connection with patients’ treatment. Currently, the most popular are the disease or drug registries.
Medical registries in rheumatology are a key source of information for epidemiological purposes as well as for assessment of safety and effectiveness of treatment. In the world in the last 20 years there has been a significant increase of registries. Now, in relation to admission of new drugs, the fast development of biologicals registers is observed. Biologicals registers were created on the turn of the 20th and 21st century in the UK, Sweden, Germany, Spain, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands and Switzerland. Other European countries either are in the process of creating their own registries or use other data sources.
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