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2001 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results

MORBIDITY-MATERNAL

Did you have any of these problems during your pregnancy? PROBLEMS WITH THE PLACENTA (SUCH AS ABRUPTIO PLACENTAE, PLACENTA PREVIA)

Demographic
Groups
Total
Respond.#
NO YES
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
Total 1630 1430 93.7 92.1-95.0 200 6.3 5.0- 7.9
Age
< 20 years 225 202 93.4 87.8-96.6 23 6.6 3.4-12.2
20-24 years 431 382 95.2 92.3-97.1 49 4.8 2.9- 7.7
25-34 years 795 687 92.5 90.0-94.5 108 7.5 5.5-10.0
35+ years 179 159 95.6 90.2-98.1 20 4.4 1.9- 9.8
Race
White 1101 967 93.4 91.4-94.9 134 6.6 5.1- 8.6
Black 470 410 94.3 90.9-96.5 60 5.7 3.5- 9.1
Other 59 53 95.6 84.6-98.8 6 4.4 1.2-15.4
Hispanic origin
Yes 162 148 94.9 89.3-97.7 14 5.1 2.3-10.7
No 1466 1280 93.5 91.8-94.9 186 6.5 5.1- 8.2
Education
< High School 355 304 93.3 89.2-95.8 51 6.7 4.2-10.8
High School 504 445 93.0 89.6-95.3 59 7.0 4.7-10.4
> High School 767 677 94.3 92.0-95.9 90 5.7 4.1- 8.0
Marital Status
Married 1032 912 93.1 91.0-94.8 120 6.9 5.2- 9.0
Other 598 518 94.7 92.1-96.5 80 5.3 3.5- 7.9
Income
15,999 or less 492 429 94.2 91.1-96.3 63 5.8 3.7- 8.9
16,000-24,999 180 152 90.8 83.9-94.9 28 9.2 5.1-16.1
25,000-39,999 246 216 94.5 89.8-97.1 30 5.5 2.9-10.2
40,000 or more 555 497 93.9 91.1-95.8 58 6.1 4.2- 8.9
WIC recipient
No 844 750 93.7 91.5-95.4 94 6.3 4.6- 8.5
Yes 781 676 93.8 91.4-95.6 105 6.2 4.4- 8.6
Medicaid recipient
No 813 722 93.7 91.4-95.4 91 6.3 4.6- 8.6
Yes 817 708 93.7 91.3-95.5 109 6.3 4.5- 8.7
Infant's birth weight
Under 1500 grams 310 233 75.4 70.7-79.6 77 24.6 20.4-29.3
1500 - 2499 grams 487 408 83.4 79.8-86.4 79 16.6 13.6-20.2
2500+ grams 833 789 94.7 93.0-96.1 44 5.3 3.9- 7.0

#Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50.
N = Cell Size, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
The percentages shown are weighted percentages, designed to reflect the entire population of North Carolina women having a live birth.

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