domingo, 16 de octubre de 2016

CDC - SUID and SDY Case Registries - SIDS and SUID - Reproductive Health

CDC - SUID and SDY Case Registries - SIDS and SUID - Reproductive Health








Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) Case Registry

CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health has SUID monitoring programs in 16 states and 2 jurisdictions, covering 30% of all SUID cases in the United States. Participating states and jurisdictions use data about SUID trends and circumstances to develop strategies to reduce future deaths. The SUID Case Registry builds on the National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention’s System and brings together information about the circumstances associated with SUID cases, as well as information about investigations into these deaths. Learn more about the SUID Case Registry[PDF - 197 KB].

Sudden Death in the Young (SDY) Case Registry

CDC and the National Institutes of Health collaborate on the Sudden Death in the Young (SDY) Case Registry, which expands the population of the SUID Case Registry from infancy through adolescence. The SDY Case Registry was created to increase the understanding of the prevalence, causes, and risk factors for infants, children, and young adults who die suddenly and unexpectedly. Currently, 10 states or jurisdictions participate in the SDY Case Registry. Learn more about the SDY Case Registry[PDF - 100 KB].