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Moving breast implant registries forward: Are they FAIR and Functional?

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  • C A Bargon
  • B E Becherer
  • D A Young-Afat
  • Acm van Bommel
  • J Hommes
  • M J Hoornweg
  • Xha Keuter
  • S de Fazio
  • D Melnikov
  • J Monton Echeverria
  • Gab Perks
  • D B Lumenta
  • B Couturaud
  • U von Fritschen
  • B Stark
  • L R Hölmich
  • A Crosbie
  • L Lispi
  • A Campanale
  • R D Cooter
  • A L Pusic
  • I Hopper
  • Mam Mureau
  • H A Rakhorst
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TidsskriftJournal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS
Udgave nummer1
Sider (fra-til)4-12
Antal sider9
StatusUdgivet - jan. 2021

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Funding Information:
As a final comment, mature registries continue to support each other and registries in earlier phases of development. The largest international breast implant registry collaboration was built by ICOBRA, originally funded by the Australasian Foundation for Plastic Surgery, and currently part of the patient safety initiatives of the International Confederation of Plastic Surgery Societies (ICOPLAST). ICOBRA has successfully grown using a shareware mentality, and its success underscores the importance of connectivity in all layers: dataset, data definitions, data analysis and outputs. Thus far, ICOBRA facilitates the first opportunities to aggregate data from different countries, which allows collective analyses, with the benefit of agreed data definitions. Together we are stronger, which therefore allows us to best serve our patients.

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