Alabama


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Topic: Very low birthweight among multiple deliveries
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Very low birthweight among multiple deliveries: Alabama, 2011-2014 Average

Percent of live births
RegionPercent
Alabama13.0
Autauga**
Baldwin11.6
Barbour42.4
Bibb**
Blount**
Bullock**
Butler**
Calhoun13.1
Chambers20.4
Cherokee**
Chilton**
Choctaw**
Clarke**
Clay**
Cleburne**
Coffee**
Colbert24.1
Conecuh**
Coosa**
Covington15.2
Crenshaw**
Cullman11.4
Dale**
Dallas31.4
De Kalb**
Elmore11.9
Escambia**
Etowah11.7
Fayette**
Franklin**
Geneva**
Greene**
Hale**
Henry**
Houston9.8
Jackson20.0
Jefferson12.6
Lamar**
Lauderdale12.3
Lawrence**
Lee12.4
Limestone7.6
Lowndes**
Macon**
Madison11.5
Marengo**
Marion**
Marshall10.5
Mobile15.9
Monroe**
Montgomery14.7
Morgan13.3
Perry**
Pickens**
Pike**
Randolph**
Russell15.9
Shelby12.3
St Clair**
Sumter**
Talladega14.9
Tallapoosa**
Tuscaloosa13.3
United States10.7
Walker12.4
Washington**
Wilcox**
Winston**
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Footnotes

  • Very low birthweight is less than 1500 grams (3 1/3 pounds).
  • Multiple deliveries include twin, triplet and higher order deliveries.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved January 23, 2018, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.