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Table 1-6. 1995 Annual Report

     Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report 1995, Volume 1

TABLE 1-6.

OREGON RATES OF LOW BIRTHWEIGHT, AND MEASURES OF PRENATAL CARE, 1975-1995

            LOW      FIRST     NO  INADEQUATE  THIRD     LESS
YEAR    BIRTH-  TRIMESTER  CARE    CARE     TRIMESTER   THAN
        WEIGHT     CARE                      CARE       FIVE
                                                      VISITS

1975     56.6     741.9    9.0    72.4       39.3       52.0
1976     54.0     754.7    8.0    66.8       37.1       48.2
1977     51.8     738.8    8.3    68.6       39.4       47.0
1978     50.9     734.8    8.4    66.9       39.1       45.5
1979     51.2     754.6    6.0    66.2       40.0       44.7
1980     50.4     767.4    5.4    58.0       34.6       40.5
1981     48.5     764.0    8.7    63.1       38.0       42.0
1982     49.2     766.9   11.2    70.3       40.8       47.8
1983     50.0     773.9   11.2    66.5       38.5       44.8
1984     51.5     770.7   11.0    68.2       41.0       46.0
1985     51.3     751.3   12.0    72.9       43.6       47.4
1986     51.3     737.5   13.4    83.3       52.0       54.4
1987     54.0     736.4   16.5    86.2       50.3       58.4
1988     52.6     736.6   13.8    83.6       49.8       54.5
1989     52.2     748.8   12.0    73.3       42.7       48.6
1990     50.1     755.6   10.7    70.0       43.3       45.0
1991     49.3     766.9    8.7    61.0       37.3       38.5
1992     51.8     785.9    8.2    53.0       31.3       33.9
1993     52.5     792.9    7.6    52.0       30.4       33.7
1994     53.0     789.3    8.5    56.8       34.3       36.3
1995     54.9     785.1    8.6    58.4       34.6       38.0

      
  
Inadequate prenatal care is defined as care that began in the third trimester or consisted of less than five visits.
All rates are per 1,000 live births.

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