Birth outcomes query

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Birth outcomes data

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Birth year Maternal age group Maternal race/ethnicity Number of {{rboVars.indicator | lowercase}} births Number of singleton births Percent {{rboVars.indicator | lowercase}}
Birth year Maternal age group Maternal race/ethnicity Number of {{rboVars.option | lowercase}} deaths Number of live births {{rboVars.option}} rate
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Birth outcomes data

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Birth year County Number of {{rboVars.indicator | lowercase}} births Number of singleton births Percent {{rboVars.indicator | lowercase}}
Birth year County Number of {{rboVars.option | lowercase}} deaths Number of live births {{rboVars.option}} rate
Birth year County Number of male singleton births Number of female singleton births {{rboVars.indicator}}

Low birth weight: a singleton baby born after at least 37 weeks of pregnancy (full term) that weighs less than 5 pounds, 8 ounces. This is sometimes called "intrauterine growth retardation."

Very low birth weight: a singleton baby born weighing less than 3 pounds, 5 ounces, regardless of the length of pregnancy.

Premature births: singleton births before 37 weeks gestation.

Very premature births: singleton births before 32 weeks gestational age (length of pregnancy).

* The number and rate are suppressed when the number of cases is less than 20.