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Birth, Death, Infant Death, and Fetal Death Data and Statistics


Birth Data and Statistics

  • Health Indicator Reports: Brief reports that contain data, graphs, and contextual information for topics including
    • preterm births,
    • low birth weight,
    • cesarean deliveries,
    • births to teens,
    • and more.
    Data are usually presented by race/ethnicity and county of residence as well as showing trends and comparisons to national data.

  • Birth Data Query: An interactive system that allows users to produce graphs and tables by selecting variables and values from an extensive list of data available from birth certificates, including:
    • mother's age, race, ethnicity, marital status, parity, substance use during pregnancy;
    • infant's gender, plurality, birth weight, and gestational age;
    • prenatal care onset and method of delivery;
    • county and municipality of residence;
    • and more.

  • Older Reports of Birth Data: 1877-2004

Death Data and Statistics

  • Health Indicator Reports: Brief reports that contain data, graphs, and contextual information for topics including
    • mortality rates;
    • leading causes of death;
    • death rates and leading causes by age, race, ethnicity, and gender;
    • life expectancy;
    • and more.
    Data are usually presented by race/ethnicity and county of residence as well as showing trends and comparisons to national data.

  • Death Data Query: An interactive system that allows users to produce graphs and tables by selecting variables and values from an extensive list of data available from death certificates, including:
    • age, race, ethnicity, gender;
    • cause of death;
    • county and municipality of residence;
    • and more.

  • Older Reports of Death Data: 1877-2004

Infant Death Data and Statistics

  • Health Indicator Reports: Brief reports that contain data, graphs, and contextual information for topics including
    • mother's race and ethnicity;
    • birth weight and gestational age;
    • age at death (neonatal or postneonatal);
    • leading causes of death;
    • and more.
    Data are usually presented by race/ethnicity and county of residence as well as showing trends and comparisons to national data.

  • Infant Death Data Query: An interactive system that allows users to produce graphs and tables by selecting variables and values from an extensive list of data available from death certificates of infants linked to their birth certificates, including:
    • mother's age, race, ethnicity, marital status, parity, substance use during pregnancy;
    • infant's age, gender, plurality, birth weight, and gestational age;
    • prenatal care onset and method of delivery;
    • cause of death;
    • county and municipality of residence;
    • and more.

  • Older Reports of Infant Death Data: 1877-2004

Fetal Death Data and Statistics

  • Health Indicator Reports: A report that contains data, graphs, and contextual information for topics including
    • mother's race and ethnicity;
    • delivery weight and gestational age;
    • leading causes of death;
    • mother's county of residence:
    • and more.

  • Fetal Death Data Query: An interactive system that allows users to produce graphs and tables by selecting variables and values from an extensive list of data available from fetal death certificates, including:
    • mother's age, race, ethnicity, marital status, parity, substance use during pregnancy;
    • plurality, delivery weight, and gestational age;
    • prenatal care onset and method of delivery;
    • cause of death;
    • county and municipality of residence;
    • and more.

  • Older Reports of Fetal Death Data: 1877-2004

Center for Health Statistics, New Jersey Department of Health, PO Box 360, Trenton, NJ 08625-0360, Web: www.nj.gov/health/chs, e-mail: chs@doh.state.nj.us
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Content updated: Sat, 20 Sep 2014 04:00:46 EDT