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2002 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results

MORBIDITY-MATERNAL

Overnight Hospitalization Stay During Pregnancy*

Demographic
Groups
Total
Respond.#
NO YES
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
Total 1189 455 49.6 45.9-53.3 734 50.4 46.7-54.1
Age
< 20 years 158 49 39.1 29.0-50.2 109 60.9 49.8-71.0
20-24 years 324 111 45.0 38.0-52.2 213 55.0 47.8-62.0
25-34 years 561 228 53.3 48.0-58.6 333 46.7 41.4-52.0
35+ years 146 67 55.9 45.5-65.8 79 44.1 34.2-54.5
Race
White 792 327 52.7 48.3-57.1 465 47.3 42.9-51.7
Black 340 108 40.5 33.1-48.3 232 59.5 51.7-66.9
Other 57 20 48.0 32.9-63.5 37 52.0 36.5-67.1
Hispanic origin
Yes 109 45 57.3 45.2-68.6 64 42.7 31.4-54.8
No 1080 410 48.8 44.9-52.7 670 51.2 47.3-55.1
Education
< High School 265 103 46.7 39.0-54.5 162 53.3 45.5-61.0
High School 368 126 47.8 41.0-54.7 242 52.2 45.3-59.0
> High School 554 226 52.6 47.2-57.9 328 47.4 42.1-52.8
Marital Status
Married 734 304 53.5 49.0-58.0 430 46.5 42.0-51.0
Other 455 151 42.0 35.8-48.5 304 58.0 51.5-64.2
Income
15,999 or less 376 124 39.9 33.4-46.7 252 60.1 53.3-66.6
16,000-24,999 137 39 40.9 30.3-52.4 98 59.1 47.6-69.7
25,000-39,999 159 59 49.3 39.2-59.6 100 50.7 40.4-60.8
40,000 or more 398 186 60.0 53.9-65.8 212 40.0 34.2-46.1
WIC recipient
No 622 266 55.8 50.8-60.8 356 44.2 39.2-49.2
Yes 556 181 41.7 36.3-47.2 375 58.3 52.8-63.7
Medicaid recipient
No 558 250 58.2 53.0-63.2 308 41.8 36.8-47.0
Yes 631 205 41.2 36.0-46.5 426 58.8 53.5-64.0
Infant's birth weight
Under 2500 grams 633 161 25.7 22.5-29.2 472 74.3 70.8-77.5
2500+ grams 556 294 52.5 48.4-56.7 262 47.5 43.3-51.6

*Data in this table are recorded responses to survey question 27. Did you do any of the following things because of these problems?

#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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