Risikovurdering for Downs syndrom i Danmark--sekundaerpublikation

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  • Hans Jakob Andersen
  • Jeanette Christensen
  • Vibeke Ersbak
  • Richard Farlie
  • Carsten Henriques
  • Anni Holmskov
  • Lisa Neerup Jensen
  • Anette Hessellund
  • Torben Larsen
  • Annette Wind Olesen
  • Olav Bjørn Pedersen
  • Hedvig Poulsen
  • Jan Ramb
  • Lillian Skibsted
  • Peter Skovbo
  • Steffen Sommer
  • Lene Sperling
  • Karin Sundberg
  • Susanne Vemmelund Juul
  • Ann Tabor
  • Hans Jakob Andersen
In 2004 The Danish National Board of Health introduced a new guideline regarding prenatal screening. All pregnant women are now offered a Down's syndrome risk assessment. The new guideline has had an impact on the number of invasive early prenatal procedures. The number of procedures fell by 50% from 2000 to 2006. 90% of the foetuses with Down's syndrome are detected prenatally. Denmark is one of the first countries in the world in which risk assessment for Down's syndrome has been successfully implemented at a national level.
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Issue number23
Pages (from-to)1759-61
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jun 2010

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