Maternal and Infant Health Indicators - St. Lawrence County

2013-2015

Indicator Data Links 3 Year Total County Rate NYS Rate Sig.Dif. NYS Rate exc NYC Sig.Dif. County Ranking
Group
Percentage of births
% of births to women aged 25 years and older without a high school education (Table) (Trend) (Map) 243 11.0 13.2 Yes 10.5 No 3rd
% of births to out-of-wedlock mothers (Table) (Trend) (Map) 1,550 43.7 39.9 Yes 38.9 Yes 2nd
% of births that were first births (Table) (Trend) (Map) 1,377 38.8 41.6 Yes 39.4 No 2nd
% of births that were multiple births (Table) (Trend) (Map) 102 2.9 4.1 Yes 4.5 Yes 1st
% of births with early (1st trimester) prenatal care (Table) (Trend) (Map) 2,398 70.7 74.4 Yes 76.3 Yes 4th
% of births with late (3rd trimester) or no prenatal care (Table) (Trend) (Map) 190 5.6 5.6 No 4.1 Yes 4th
% of births with adequate prenatal care (Kotelchuck) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 2,237 67.5 69.1 No 70.2 No 3rd
WIC indicators
% of pregnant women in WIC with early (1st trimester) prenatal care (2009-2011) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 1,010 87.9 86.5 No 86.9 No 3rd
% of pregnant women in WIC who were pre-pregnancy underweight (BMI less than 18.5) (2010-2012) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 15 3.2 4.7 No 4.1 No 1st
% of pregnant women in WIC who were pre-pregnancy overweight but not obese (BMI 25-less than 30) (2010-2012) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 127 26.8 26.6 No 26.3 No 4th
% of pregnant women in WIC who were pre-pregnancy obese (BMI 30 or higher) (2010-2012) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 132 27.8 24.2 No 28.0 No 1st
% of pregnant women in WIC with anemia in 3rd trimester (2009-2011) (Table) (Map) 44 28.2 37.3 No 36.0 No 1st
% of pregnant women in WIC with gestational weight gain greater than ideal (2009-2011) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 579 52.2 41.7 Yes 47.1 Yes 3rd
% of pregnant women in WIC with gestational diabetes (2009-2011) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 68 5.9 5.5 No 5.8 No 3rd
% of pregnant women in WIC with hypertension during pregnancy (2009-2011) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 125 10.9 7.1 Yes 9.0 No 3rd
% of WIC infants breastfeeding at least 6 months (2013-2015) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 127 19.4 39.5 Yes 29.6 Yes 4th
% of infants fed any breast milk in delivery hospital (Table) (Trend) (Map) 2,336 71.2 85.2 Yes 79.9 Yes 4th
% of infants fed exclusively breast milk in delivery hospital (Table) (Trend) (Map) 2,041 62.2 43.1 Yes 51.0 Yes 2nd
% of births delivered by cesarean section (Table) (Trend) (Map) 1,360 38.4 33.7 Yes 34.4 Yes 4th
Mortality rate per 1,000 live births
Infant (less than 1 year) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 21 5.9 4.7 No 5.2 No 3rd
Neonatal (less than 28 days) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 12 3.4 3.2 No 3.8 No 3rd
Post-neonatal (1 month to 1 year) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 9 2.5* 1.4 No 1.4 No 4th
Fetal death (20 weeks gestation or more) (2012-2014) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 24 6.6 6.3 No 4.2 No 4th
Perinatal (20 weeks gestation to less than 28 days of life) (2012-2014) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 40 11.0 9.6 No 8.0 No 4th
Perinatal (28 weeks gestation to less than 7 days of life) (2012-2014) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 20 5.5 5.3 No 5.3 No 3rd
Maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births + (Table) (Trend) (Map) 0 0.0* 20.9 Yes 18.9 Yes 2nd
Low birthweight indicators
% very low birthweight (less than 1.5 kg) births (Table) (Trend) (Map) 30 0.9 1.4 Yes 1.4 Yes 1st
% very low birthweight (less than 1.5kg) singleton births (Table) (Trend) (Map) 19 0.6 1.0 Yes 1.0 Yes 1st
% low birthweight (less than 2.5 kg) births (Table) (Trend) (Map) 220 6.4 7.9 Yes 7.6 Yes 1st
% low birthweight (less than 2.5kg) singleton births (Table) (Trend) (Map) 164 4.8 5.9 Yes 5.6 Yes 1st
% of premature births by gestational age
less than 32 weeks gestation (Table) (Trend) (Map) 53 1.6 1.7 No 1.8 No 2nd
32 - less than 37 weeks gestation (Table) (Trend) (Map) 292 8.7 9.0 No 9.0 No 3rd
less than 37 weeks gestation (Table) (Trend) (Map) 345 10.3 10.7 No 10.8 No 3rd
% of births with a 5 minute APGAR less than 6 (Table) (Trend) (Map) 35 1.0 0.7 Yes 0.8 No 3rd
Newborn drug-related diagnosis rate per 10,000 newborn discharges (2012-2014) (Table) (Trend) (Map) 64 199.6 104.8 Yes 140.6 Yes 4th

*: Fewer than 10 events in the numerator, therefore the rate is unstable

+: Definition of Maternal Mortality has changed. See: Technical Notes

See technical notes for information about the indicators and data sources.