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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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Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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.


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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.


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

Primary and Repeat Cesarean Births

Source: EBC data 2008

Full Bar = Total Cesarean Births


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

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.


Health care provider spoke about alcohol use during any prenatal care visit

Breastfeeding by Maternal County of Residence, Race and Ethnicity

Source: EBC data from RPC Affiliated Hospitals; 2008


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