The National Trauma Database (NTrD)
is a service initiated supported by the Ministry of Health (MOH)
to collect information about trauma in Malaysia, which will
enable us to know the incidence of trauma, and to evaluate its
risk factors and treatment in the country. Such information is
useful for assisting the MOH, Non-Governmental Organizations,
private healthcare providers and industry in program planning
and evaluation, leading to trauma prevention and control.
NTrD Data Dictionary -
Click here to download.
National Trauma Database January 2009 to December 2009 –
January to December 2009
National Trauma Database January 2008 to December 2008 –
January to December 2008
National Trauma Database January to December 2007 – Second
January to December 2007
National Trauma Database May 2006 to April 2007 – First
The National Trauma Database would like to thank all those
who have participated and contributed to our first report.
The report contains the data from major trauma patients who
were admitted to the five centres from May 2006 to April
The NTrD Needs You!
Ideally all doctors in this country who have anything to do
with major trauma ought to participate in
All that is required of you is to report major trauma data
to the NTrD and this is simple (see below).
We urge you to do your bit for your community, and help NTrD
obtain the information so crucial to
major trauma prevention and control.
Click here to find out all the benefits of being a
participant of the NTrD
Register online to be a participant of the NTrD