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Table 1.49g: Maternity Care by State, 2000

Percent of liveborn infants with very low birth weight (less than 1,500 grams), by State, 2000
     
State Number Percent
United States 57,967 1.4
Alabama 1,273 2.0
Alaska 80 0.8
Arizona 975 1.1
Arkansas 586 1.6
California 6,058 1.1
Colorado 819 1.3
Connecticut 691 1.6
Delaware 207 1.9
District of Columbia 202 2.6
Florida 3,080 1.5
Georgia 2,349 1.8
Hawaii 210 1.2
Idaho 221 1.1
Illinois 3,020 1.6
Indiana 1,192 1.4
Iowa 491 1.3
Kansas 537 1.4
Kentucky 804 1.4
Louisiana 1,364 2.0
Maine 152 1.1
Maryland 1,359 1.8
Massachusetts 1,082 1.3
Michigan 2,096 1.5
Minnesota 727 1.1
Mississippi 961 2.2
Missouri 1,094 1.4
Montana 109 1.0
Nebraska 303 1.2
Nevada 390 1.3
New Hampshire 196 1.3
New Jersey 1,771 1.5
New Mexico 352 1.3
New York 3,922 1.5
North Carolina 2,279 1.9
North Dakota 89 1.2
Ohio 2,260 1.5
Oklahoma 631 1.3
Oregon 442 1.0
Pennsylvania 2,154 1.5
Rhode Island 189 1.5
South Carolina 1,101 2.0
South Dakota 95 0.9
Tennessee 1,317 1.7
Texas 4,594 1.3
Utah 514 1.1
Vermont 70 1.1
Virginia 1,578 1.6
Washington 764 0.9
West Virginia 312 1.5
Wisconsin 841 1.2
Wyoming 64 1.0

Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System - Linked Birth and Infant Death Data.

Table 1.49f: National Maternity Care, 1998 Table 1.49h: Manternity Care by State, 1999

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