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Topic: Primary cesarean deliveries
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Format: County Map - View Table
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Primary cesarean deliveries: Alabama, 2007-2010 Average

Rate per 100 births to women with no previous cesarean
RegionRate
Alabama24.3
Autauga21.0
Baldwin20.1
Barbour25.2
Bibb26.5
Blount22.9
Bullock19.7
Butler23.1
Calhoun20.8
Chambers21.5
Cherokee20.9
Chilton20.4
Choctaw21.9
Clarke32.9
Clay30.0
Cleburne24.0
Coffee21.3
Colbert28.4
Conecuh34.8
Coosa39.2
Covington22.9
Crenshaw23.5
Cullman24.1
Dale26.3
Dallas23.5
De Kalb16.5
Elmore23.5
Escambia34.5
Etowah21.0
Fayette28.0
Franklin20.7
Geneva25.5
Greene24.5
Hale27.5
Henry25.7
Houston28.8
Jackson23.3
Jefferson24.7
Lamar27.5
Lauderdale24.5
Lawrence27.2
Lee19.8
Limestone24.9
Lowndes24.9
Macon23.2
Madison25.8
Marengo28.6
Marion27.2
Marshall19.7
Mobile25.0
Monroe33.3
Montgomery22.9
Morgan23.3
Perry25.9
Pickens27.7
Pike23.6
Randolph23.5
Russell21.0
Shelby24.3
St Clair26.7
Sumter25.0
Talladega27.5
Tallapoosa36.8
Tuscaloosa26.5
Walker22.2
Washington28.6
Wilcox22.9
Winston27.0
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Footnotes

  • Primary cesarean rate is the number of primary cesareans per 100 live births to women who have not had a previous cesarean.
  • Data for one or more years are not available due to issues related to the switch from the 1989 to 2003 Revision of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Live Birth. Details available at: http://www.marchofdimes.org/peristats/calc/dm.
  • Data for County Map and table are based on the 1989 Revision of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Live Birth since 4 years of data using the 2003 revision are not available yet. Details available at: http://www.marchofdimes.org/peristats/calc/dm.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved April 26, 2018, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.