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2003 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 1471 1063 85.0 82.8-87.1 408 15.0 12.9-17.2
Age
< 20 years 162 122 86.8 79.0-92.1 40 13.2 7.9-21.0
20-24 years 399 276 81.9 76.9-86.0 123 18.1 14.0-23.1
25-34 years 725 533 85.8 82.6-88.5 192 14.2 11.5-17.4
35+ years 185 132 87.6 81.1-92.0 53 12.4 8.0-18.9
Race
White 1004 765 86.7 84.0-88.9 239 13.3 11.1-16.0
Black 403 249 79.8 74.4-84.3 154 20.2 15.7-25.6
Other 64 49 84.7 71.0-92.6 15 15.3 7.4-29.0
Hispanic origin
Yes 150 122 85.1 77.0-90.7 28 14.9 9.3-23.0
No 1318 938 85.0 82.6-87.1 380 15.0 12.9-17.4
Education
< High School 319 235 82.2 76.4-86.8 84 17.8 13.2-23.6
High School 435 295 82.3 77.5-86.2 140 17.7 13.8-22.5
> High School 715 531 88.1 85.2-90.5 184 11.9 9.5-14.8
Marital Status
Married 923 697 88.2 85.6-90.3 226 11.8 9.7-14.4
Other 548 366 79.3 74.7-83.2 182 20.7 16.8-25.3
Income
15,999 or less 403 280 80.9 75.6-85.2 123 19.1 14.8-24.4
16,000-24,999 192 141 84.8 77.9-89.9 51 15.2 10.1-22.1
25,000-39,999 210 145 83.9 77.1-89.0 65 16.1 11.0-22.9
40,000 or more 502 383 89.6 86.3-92.1 119 10.4 7.9-13.7
WIC recipient
No 760 564 88.8 86.1-91.0 196 11.2 9.0-13.9
Yes 701 491 81.1 77.3-84.4 210 18.9 15.6-22.7
Medicaid recipient
No 705 526 88.3 85.4-90.7 179 11.7 9.3-14.6
Yes 766 537 82.0 78.4-85.1 229 18.0 14.9-21.6
Infant's birth weight
Under 2500 grams 673 360 53.7 50.0-57.3 313 46.3 42.7-50.0
2500+ grams 798 703 87.8 85.3-89.9 95 12.2 10.1-14.7

*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.

This page was generated on 24MAR05

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