To estimate the incidence of concomitant illnesses among pregnant women in Indonesia, publicly available data were utilised. This included total population and population of reproductive aged women (15–49 years old) data accessed from GBD Collaborative Network [15], crude birth rate data accessed from The World Bank [20], and the estimated incidence of concomitant illnesses among reproductive aged women (15–49 years) from the GBD Collaborative Network [19]. Incidence data on concomitant illnesses was extracted using the GBD Results tool, corresponding to the Level 3 hierarchy of disease and injury classification. Data utilised from the GBD Collaborative Network was available for all years from 1990 to 2019. Data from The World Bank was available from 1990 to 2018, therefore crude birth rate data in 2019 was based on 2018 data. Information on the data input sources for the GBD Collaborative Network estimates are available from the GBD Result tool on the Global Health Data Exchange website [19]. This observed data from 1990 to 2019 formed the basis for projections from 2020 to 2030.

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