National Registry of Diseases Office
Previously called the National Disease Registries Office, NRDO acquired its current name when the National Registry of Diseases Act came into place in December 2007.
The Singapore Myocardial Infarction Registry (SMIR) collects information on acute myocardial infarction, more commonly known as a heart attack.
The Singapore Cancer Registry is one of the oldest and most established registries. It was set up in 1968 to provide information on cancer trends in Singapore.
The Singapore Renal Registry was set up to collect information on chronic kidney failure cases, dialysis and transplantation in Singapore.
The Singapore Stroke Registry was set up in 2001 to obtain epidemiological and clinical data on stroke cases diagnosed in Singapore.
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A portal for non-health professionals to notify us about reportable diseases and conditions.
A portal for health professionals to notify us about reportable diseases and conditions.
This report presents the trends on incidence, mortality, 30-days case fatality and risk factors for Singapore residents with acute stroke in public hospitals from 2007 to 2016.
This accompanying infographic presents bite-sized information from Singapore Stroke Registry Annual Registry Report 2016
This report presents the trends on incidence, mortality, 30-day case fatality, symptoms and risk factors for Singapore residents with acute myocardial infarction from 2007 to 2016.
The accompanying infographic to the SMIR Annual Report 2016 presents bite-sized information about heart attack and relevant trends from 2012-2016
This report provides an update of the profile of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 5 (CKD5), and among those on dialysis and transplant from 1999 to 2016.
The accompanying infographic for the Singapore Renal Registry Annual Report 2016 to provide a quick overview of the trends and statistics.