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Maternal, Child and Infant Health
Infant Mortality (deaths to infants < 1 year of age)

Infant Mortality describes all resident infant deaths less than 1 year of age and cause-specific deaths at the county level. State and National data are available for comparison where applicable. The data is organized by section and starts with the most current year of data available for each section.

Please review the technical notes below before looking at the data. These notes explain some of the limitations of the data and address issues of interpretation and rates based on small numbers. Beginning in 1999, causes of death were coded using the tenth revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10).
  
  
  
Technical Notes Infant Mortality .pdfTechnical Notes Infant Mortality .pdf23 KB
Infant Mortality Rates Meck - NC - US 1990 to 2007.pdfInfant Mortality Rates Meck - NC - US 1990 to 2007.pdf19 KB
Infant Mortality Rates by Race 1990 to 2007.pdfInfant Mortality Rates by Race 1990 to 2007.pdf19 KB
Infant Mortality Numbers, Rates by Race-Ethnicity 1998-2007.pdfInfant Mortality Numbers, Rates by Race-Ethnicity 1998-2007.pdf19 KB
Infant and Child deaths by County, Cause and Age Group NC 2007.pdfInfant and Child deaths by County, Cause and Age Group NC 2007.pdf36 KB
Infant and Child Deaths by Age, Gender, Race-Ethnicity and Cause 2000-2007.pdfInfant and Child Deaths by Age, Gender, Race-Ethnicity and Cause 2000-2007.pdf87 KB
Annual Report Child Fatality Prevention Protection Team  2009.pdfAnnual Report Child Fatality Prevention Protection Team 2009.pdf238 KB
 
Prenatal Care (PNC)

Prenatal Care describes the time of entry into prenatal care for Mecklenburg women delivering live births by first trimester, late care (2nd and 3rd trimester) and no care. In the case of live births, residence is based on the residence of the mother. State and National data are available for comparison where applicable. The data are organized by section and start with the most current year of data available for each section.

Please review the technical notes below before looking at the data. These notes explain some of the limitations of the data and address issues of interpretation and rates based on small numbers. For births, the child is considered to be the same race as the mother.
  
  
  
  
Technical Notes for Prenatal Care by Trimester.pdfTechnical Notes for Prenatal Care by Trimester.pdf17 KB
Prenatal Care Characteristics and Birth Outcomes 2007.pdfPrenatal Care Characteristics and Birth Outcomes 2007.pdf30 KB
Prenatal Care by Trimester of Entry 2008.pdfPrenatal Care by Trimester of Entry 2008.pdf23 KB
Prenatal Care by Trimester of Entry 2007.pdfPrenatal Care by Trimester of Entry 2007.pdf23 KB
 
Natality (Births & Pregnancy Related Information)

Natality data describe all Mecklenburg County resident live births and pregnancies. Pregnancies consist of all live births, induced abortions and fetal deaths. In the case of births and fetal deaths, residence is based on the residence of the mother. State and National data are available for comparison where applicable. The data is organized by section and starts with the most current year of data available for each section.

Please review the technical notes below before looking at the data. The notes explain some of the limitations of the data and address issues of interpretation and rates based on small numbers. For births and fetal deaths, the child is considered to be the same race as the mother.
  
  
  
Technical Notes Birth and Pregnancy Data.pdfTechnical Notes Birth and Pregnancy Data.pdf25 KB
Premature Births as a Percent of Total Births by Race-Ethnicity 1997-2008.pdfPremature Births as a Percent of Total Births by Race-Ethnicity 1997-2008.pdf20 KB
Pregnancy Rates by Age Group Meck - NC 2008.pdfPregnancy Rates by Age Group Meck - NC 2008.pdf21 KB
Percent Low Birth Weight of Total Births by Race-Ethnicity 1997-2008.pdfPercent Low Birth Weight of Total Births by Race-Ethnicity 1997-2008.pdf20 KB
Mecklenburg County Birth Highlights 2006-2007.pdfMecklenburg County Birth Highlights 2006-2007.pdf51 KB
Mecklenburg County Birth Highlights 2005-2006.pdfMecklenburg County Birth Highlights 2005-2006.pdf44 KB
Births Rates by Race 2000-2007.pdfBirths Rates by Race 2000-2007.pdf18 KB
 
Teen Pregnancy

Teen Pregnancy describes pregnancies consisting of all live births, induced abortions and fetal deaths at the county level for teens ages 10 to 19 years. In the case of births and fetal deaths, residence is based on the residence of the mother. State data are available for comparison where applicable. The data are organized by section and start with the most current year of data available for each section.

Please review the technical notes before looking at the data. These notes explain some of the limitations of the data and address issues of interpretation and rates based on small numbers. For births and fetal deaths, the child is considered to be the same race as the mother.
  
  
  
Teen Pregnancy Rates by Zip Code 2008.pdfTeen Pregnancy Rates by Zip Code 2008.pdf85 KB
Teen Pregnancy Rates by Age and Race 1995-2008.pdfTeen Pregnancy Rates by Age and Race 1995-2008.pdf363 KB
Teen Pregnancy Rates by Age 2007-2008.pdfTeen Pregnancy Rates by Age 2007-2008.pdf31 KB
Teen Pregnancy Mecklenburg County 1995-2008.pdfTeen Pregnancy Mecklenburg County 1995-2008.pdf45 KB
Teen Pregnancy as a Percent of Total Pregnancy  by Race-Ethnicity 2008.pdfTeen Pregnancy as a Percent of Total Pregnancy by Race-Ethnicity 2008.pdf29 KB
Teen Births by Number and Rate 2005-2006.pdfTeen Births by Number and Rate 2005-2006.pdf29 KB
Technical Notes Teen Pregnancy.pdfTechnical Notes Teen Pregnancy.pdf26 KB
 
Additional Information


Additional information on Infant Mortality in Mecklenburg County can be found at the NC State Center for Health Statistics website.


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