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  1. Youl Lee J, Taniguchi T, Zhang K, Ng CF, Hakim L, Umbas R, et al.
    Jpn. J. Clin. Oncol., 2019 Jun 01;49(6):581-586.
    PMID: 31141613 DOI: 10.1093/jjco/hyz053
    The Asian Prostate Cancer (A-CaP) Study is an Asia-wide prospective registry study for surveying the treatment outcome of prostate cancer patients who have received a histopathological diagnosis. The study aims to clarify the clinical situation for prostate cancer in Asia and use the outcomes for the purposes of international comparison. Following the first meeting in Tokyo on December 2015, the second meeting in Seoul, Korea 2016, the third meeting in Chiang Mai, Thailand, on October 2017, the fourth meeting was held in Seoul, again on August 2018 with the participation of members and collaborators from 13 countries and regions. In the meeting, participating countries and regions presented the current status of data collection and the A-CaP office presented a preliminary analysis of the registered cases received from each country and region. Participants discussed ongoing challenges relating to data cleaning and data up-dating which is the next step of the A-CaP study following the data collection phase between 2016 and 2018. There was specific difference in term of the patient characteristics, and initial treatment pattern among East Asia, Southeast Asia and Turkey, and Jordan. Finally, a close relationship between prevalence of PSA test and disease stage of the patients at diagnosis in Japan and Malaysia was discussed.
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  2. Citation: The first annual report of the National Eye Database 2007. Goh PP, Hussein E, Mustari Z, Ismail M, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2008
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  3. Citation: The second annual report of the National Eye Database 2008. Goh PP, Livingstone BI, Hussein E, Ismail M, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2010
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  4. Citation: The third report of the National Eye Database 2009. Goh PP, Salowi MA, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2011
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  5. Citation: The fourth report of the National Eye Database 2010. Goh PP, Salowi MA, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2012
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  6. Citation: The seventh report of the National Eye Database 2013. Salowi MA, et al, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2015
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  7. Citation: The eighth report of the National Eye Database 2014. Goh PP, Salowi MA, Adnan TH, Sa'at N, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2016
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  8. Citation: The ninth report of the National Eye Database 2015. Goh PP, Salowi MA, Adnan TH, Sa'at N, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2017
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  9. Citation: The tenth report of the National Eye Database 2016. Goh PP, Salowi MA, Mokhtar A, Adnan TH, Sa'at N, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2018
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  10. Citation: The fifth report of the National Eye Database 2011. Goh PP, Salowi MA, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2013
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  11. Citation: The sixth report of the National Eye Database 2012. Goh PP, Salowi MA, editors. Kuala Lumpur: Clinical Research Centre; 2013
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  12. Noh LM, Nasuruddin BA, Abdul Latiff AH, Noah RM, Kamarul Azahar MR, Norzila MZ, et al.
    Med. J. Malaysia, 2013;68(1):13-7.
    PMID: 23466760
    To determine the clinical and epidemiological characteristics of patients seen with primary immunodeficiencies referred at four Malaysian Hospitals between 1987 to 2007.
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  13. Tharakan J
    Med. J. Malaysia, 2012 Jun;67(3):251-2.
    PMID: 23082411
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  14. Lim TO, Asmaliza SI, Goh PP, Michael AJ, Hon YK, Thandapani R, et al.
    Med. J. Malaysia, 2010 Jun;65 Suppl A:124-7.
    PMID: 21488472
    Registration of research proposal to a publicly accessible website with searchable function allows information sharing and ensures research transparency. The National Institutes of Health Malaysia, realising the importance of research registration, established the National Medical Research Register (NMRR) in 2007. The NMRR functions more than just a local register: it also links to ethics approval and MOH medical research grant application. It thus facilitates researchers in their application to the Ministry of Health Research and Ethics Committee (MREC) and for Ministry of Health research grant. In addition, MREC committee members can review research protocol on NMRR website, thus saving much time and resources. From May 2007 till December 2009, more than 3000 people have registered as NMRR public users and more than 1000 research proposals have been uploaded in NMRR. The number of registration of research proposals, clinical trials and industrial sponsored trials steadily increased from year 2007 to year 2009. The web-based NMRR is the first research register in the world that links research proposal registration to ethical review and research grant application. Its future plan is to be linked with publication. Therefore, it is indeed an innovation that Malaysians should be proud of.
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  15. Pillay MS, Noor Hisham A, Zaki Morad MZ, Lim TO, Jamaiyah H, Jaya Purany SP
    Med. J. Malaysia, 2008 Sep;63 Suppl C:1-4.
    PMID: 19227669
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  16. Abdul Hamid M
    Med. J. Malaysia, 2008 Sep;63 Suppl C:vii.
    PMID: 19227668
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  17. Hooi LS
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1993 Jun;48(2):185-93.
    PMID: 8350794
    A registry of patients with end stage renal disease was started from 1st January 1990 at Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Johor Baru. There were 126 patients in 1990 and 129 in 1991. The peak age was 31 to 60 years old; males outnumbered females 1.5:1. Forty-three to fifty-six percent presented with small kidneys. Seventeen to twenty percent of patients had diabetes mellitus. In 1991, the racial distribution of patients was Malay: 50.4%, Chinese: 39.5%, Indian: 7.8% and others: 2.3%. The incidence of end stage renal disease in Johor Baru district was 79 per million per year in 1990 and 86 per million in 1991.
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  18. Graham WJ, Hussein J
    Int J Gynaecol Obstet, 2006 Sep;94(3):234-42.
    PMID: 16836998
    This paper aims to highlight the importance of aspiring to achieve universal reporting of maternal deaths as a part of taking responsibility for these avoidable tragedies. The paper first discusses the reasons for reporting maternal deaths, distinguishing between individual case notification and aggregate statistics. This is followed by a summary of the status of reporting at national and international levels, as well as major barriers and facilitators to this process. A new framework is then proposed - the REPORT framework, designed to highlight six factors essential to universal reporting. Malaysia is used to illustrate the relevance of these factors. Finally, the paper makes a Call to Action by FIGO to promote REPORT and to encourage health professionals to play their part in improving the quality of reporting on all maternal deaths - not just those directly in their care.
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  19. Sharmini S, Jamaiyah H, Jaya Purany SP
    Malays Fam Physician, 2010;5(1):13-8.
    PMID: 25606180 MyJurnal
    This survey set out to describe patient registries available in the country, to determine their security features, data confidentiality, extent of outputs produced and data quality of the registries.
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  20. Kosai NR, Rajan R
    Obes Surg, 2018 Aug;28(8):2572-2577.
    PMID: 29860561 DOI: 10.1007/s11695-018-3289-6
    Bariatric surgery has become a popular treatment modality for obesity in Malaysia. However, the absence of a standardized national registry has led to paucity of information pertaining to quantity and quality of bariatric surgery in Malaysia. In the absence of a national registry, a nationwide survey was conducted with the aim of establishing a fair estimate of case volume based on type of procedure and to identify the total number of surgeons performing those procedures at their respective centers from 1st January 2010 to 31st December 2016. For this purpose, a questionnaire was designed and distributed to bariatric surgeons throughout Malaysia. The data along with a brief narrative of the history and progress of bariatric surgery in Malaysia is presented in this report.
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