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Alcohol Use By Race and Ethnicity. Alcohol Use During Pregnancy * Note: All rates of alcohol use are less than one percent. 7/ 2060. 16/ 7963. 5/ 4794. Health Care Provider Spoke About Alcohol Use During Any Prenatal Care Visit. 1456/ 1592. 3074/ 3409. 3911/

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Alcohol Use By Race and Ethnicity

Alcohol Use During Pregnancy *Note: All rates of alcohol use are less than one percent

7/

2060

16/

7963

5/

4794

Health Care Provider Spoke About Alcohol Use During Any Prenatal Care Visit

1456/

1592

3074/

3409

3911/

4595

Source: EBC data from RPC affiliated hospitals; 2008


Illegal Drug Use By Race and Ethnicity

Illegal Drug Use During Pregnancy

66/

2060

34/

7963

21/

4794

Health Care Provider Spoke About Illegal Drug Use During Any Prenatal Care Visit

1439/

1589

3048/

3403

3822/

4590

Source: EBC data from RPC affiliated hospitals; 2008


Tobacco Use By Race and Ethnicity

Tobacco Use During Pregnancy

743/

7963

181/

2060

168/

4794

Health Care Provider Spoke About Tobacco Use During Any Prenatal Care Visit

1451/

1593

3080/

3415

3887/

4598

Source: EBC data from RPC affiliated hospitals; 2008


Tobacco Use During Pregnancies Delivered at RPC or Affiliated Hospitals By Race, Ethnicity and Maternal County of Residence

285/

1807

45/

300

75/

514

4/

29

61/

483

1/

9

8/

77

41/

398

34/

378

19/

214

262/

3185

6/

79

83/

1106

53/

1154

5/

135

115/

2851

53/

2812

21/

1591

1/

123

0/

13

0/

17

Source: EBC data from RPC affiliated hospitals; 2008


Total Cesarean Births 2008

*Total Cesarean Births= Primary + Repeat Cesarean Births

Source: EBC data 2008Red Line = national average for cesarean births (31.8%)

Hamilton BE, Martin JA, Ventura SJ. Births: Preliminary data for 2007. National vital statistics reports, Web release; vol 57 no 12. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. Released March 18, 2009.


Primary Cesarean Births 2008

Source: EBC data 2008

Red Line = national average for primary cesarean births (23.5%)

Martin JA, Hamilton BE, Sutton PD, Ventura SJ, et al. Births: Final data for 2006. National vital statistics reports; vol 57 no 7. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2009.


Primary and Repeat Cesarean Births

Source: EBC data 2008

Full Bar = Total Cesarean Births


Delivery Mode By Race and Ethnicity

Non-Hispanic Black

Non-Hispanic White

1.4%

(29)

2.1%

(160)

34.4%

(2645)

43.2%

(876)

55.4%

(1123)

63.5%

(4878)

Hispanic

2.0%

(96)

35.4%

(1673)

*N.S.V.D= Normal Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery

63.1%

(2985)

*Forceps delivery less than one percent for all races/ethnicities

Source: EBC data from RPC Affiliated Hospitals; 2008


Feeding Method at Discharge By Race and Ethnicity

Non-Hispanic White

Non-Hispanic Black

17.0%

(1162)

39.6%

(765)

33.2

(642)

18.8%

(1290)

64.2%

(4398)

27.2%

(525)

Hispanic

38.9%

(1817)

49.8%

(2324)

11.3%

(527)

Source: EBC data from RPC Affiliated Hospitals; 2008


Primary and Repeat Cesarean Births By Race and Ethnicity

569/

2060

1606/

7963

759/

4794

914/

4794

307/

2060

1039/

7963

Source: EBC data from RPC Affiliated Hospitals; 2008

Red Line = national average for primary cesarean births (23.5%)

Martin JA, Hamilton BE, Sutton PD, Ventura SJ, et al. Births: Final data for 2006. National vital statistics reports; vol 57 no 7. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2009.


Breastfeeding by Maternal County of Residence, Race and Ethnicity

Source: EBC data from RPC Affiliated Hospitals; 2008


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