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Location: Colorado Springs
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Topic: Late preterm birth
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Late preterm birth: Colorado Springs, 2010-2013 Average

Chart with no titled Yuma (5.7)Weld (7.1)Washington (0)Teller (8.8)Summit (7.6)Sedgwick (0)San Miguel (5.3)San Juan (0)Saguache (9.5)Routt (6.3)Rio Grande (4.5)Rio Blanco (6.2)Pueblo (7.8)Prowers (7.9)Pitkin (6.9)Phillips (5.7)Park (10.2)Ouray (0)Otero (10.2)Morgan (7.7)Montrose (6.5)Montezuma (7.8)Moffat (6.9)Mineral (0)Mesa (7)Logan (8.8)Lincoln (12.8)Las Animas (9.3)Larimer (6.5)Lake (10.4)La Plata (6.7)Kit Carson (9.5)Kiowa (0)Jefferson (7.3)Jackson (26.8)Huerfano (10.1)Hinsdale (0)Gunnison (8.8)Grand (5.8)Gilpin (7.4)Garfield (7.5)Fremont (7.1)Elbert (7.9)El Paso (8.4)Eagle (8.6)Douglas (7.8)Dolores (0)Denver (7.4)Denver (7.4)Denver (7.4)Delta (7.7)Custer (0)Crowley (8.1)Costilla (10.3)Conejos (6.9)Clear Creek (8.7)Cheyenne (0)Chaffee (4.4)Boulder (6.5)Bent (11.5)Baca (8.4)Archuleta (7.1)Arapahoe (7.7)Arapahoe (7.7)Arapahoe (7.7)Alamosa (8.4)Adams (7.1)
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Footnotes

  • Late preterm is between 34 and 36 weeks gestation.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved May 03, 2016, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.