Friday, December 3, 2010

Measures of Birth and Death: New Jersey sample

Favorable Indicates a status favorable to peer county median value
Unfavorable Indicates that a closer look and perhaps reduction to the percent or rate may be needed. Blank indicates no comparison.
Source: http://www.communityhealth.hhs.gov/


  Atlantic County, NJ  (Brigantine)

County PercentStatusPeer County RangeBirth MeasuresU.S. Percent 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
8.3Unfavorable6.5 - 8.9Low Birth Wt. (<2500 g)8.25.0
1.8Unfavorable0.9 - 1.8Very Low Birth Wt. (<1500 g)1.50.9
13.0Unfavorable10.9 - 13.9Premature Births (<37 weeks)12.77.6
3.3Favorable2.5 - 4.5Births to Women under 183.4No objective
2.8Unfavorable1.6 - 3.0Births to Women age 40-542.7No objective
43.4Unfavorable28.1 - 46.5Births to Unmarried Women36.9No objective
33.4Unfavorable11.7 - 30.8No Care in First Trimester216.110.0
County RateStatusPeer County RangeInfant Mortality3U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
7.3Unfavorable5.1 - 8.9Infant Mortality6.94.5
6.4Unfavorable4.5 - 8.1White non Hispanic Infant Mortality5.84.5
12.3Favorable0.0 - 24.9Black non Hispanic Infant Mortality13.64.5
4.8Favorable0.0 - 16.5Hispanic Infant Mortality5.64.5
5.4Unfavorable3.1 - 5.7Neonatal Infant Mortality4.52.9
1.8Favorable1.5 - 3.3Post-neonatal Infant Mortality2.31.2
County RateStatusPeer County RangeDeath Measures4U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
32.5Unfavorable20.6 - 32.3Breast Cancer (Female)24.121.3
18.3Unfavorable13.5 - 21.3Colon Cancer17.513.7
204.0Unfavorable113.2 - 199.3Coronary Heart Disease154.0162.0
6.2Unfavorable2.0 - 6.6Homicide6.12.8
69.3Unfavorable46.6 - 69.8Lung Cancer52.643.3
18.9Unfavorable9.4 - 24.2Motor Vehicle Injuries14.68.0
43.1Favorable32.5 - 56.5Stroke47.050.0
10.2Favorable8.0 - 18.1Suicide10.94.8
30.1Unfavorable14.3 - 35.4Unintentional Injury39.117.1


Bergen County, NJ (Fort Lee, Mahwah)

County PercentStatusPeer County RangeBirth MeasuresU.S. Percent 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
7.5Favorable6.7 - 8.4Low Birth Wt. (<2500 g)8.25.0
1.2Favorable1.1 - 1.8Very Low Birth Wt. (<1500 g)1.50.9
11.5Unfavorable9.9 - 12.3Premature Births (<37 weeks)12.77.6
0.6Favorable1.2 - 2.9Births to Women under 183.4No objective
5.9Unfavorable2.8 - 5.8Births to Women age 40-542.7No objective
14.6Favorable18.3 - 35.3Births to Unmarried Women36.9No objective
14.7Unfavorable8.5 - 18.6No Care in First Trimester216.110.0
County RateStatusPeer County RangeInfant Mortality3U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
3.4Favorable4.2 - 7.6Infant Mortality6.94.5
2.8Favorable3.0 - 5.8White non Hispanic Infant Mortality5.84.5
6.5Favorable6.8 - 15.1Black non Hispanic Infant Mortality13.64.5
2.6Favorable3.8 - 8.5Hispanic Infant Mortality5.64.5
2.6Favorable2.7 - 5.4Neonatal Infant Mortality4.52.9
0.8Favorable1.1 - 2.1Post-neonatal Infant Mortality2.31.2
County RateStatusPeer County RangeDeath Measures4U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
24.9Unfavorable20.9 - 27.7Breast Cancer (Female)24.121.3
17.4Unfavorable15.3 - 21.0Colon Cancer17.513.7
145.8Unfavorable101.7 - 170.1Coronary Heart Disease154.0162.0
1.4Favorable1.6 - 7.6Homicide6.12.8
40.4Favorable37.2 - 56.7Lung Cancer52.643.3
6.8Favorable6.2 - 12.9Motor Vehicle Injuries14.68.0
35.3Favorable35.3 - 54.4Stroke47.050.0
5.4Favorable5.4 - 12.6Suicide10.94.8
15.3Favorable13.9 - 27.5Unintentional Injury39.117.1


Camden County, NJ (Camden)


County PercentStatusPeer County RangeBirth MeasuresU.S. Percent 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
9.0Unfavorable6.8 - 10.9Low Birth Wt. (<2500 g)8.25.0
1.9Unfavorable1.1 - 2.4Very Low Birth Wt. (<1500 g)1.50.9
13.0Favorable10.9 - 15.3Premature Births (<37 weeks)12.77.6
3.6Favorable2.6 - 5.9Births to Women under 183.4No objective
2.9Unfavorable1.8 - 4.0Births to Women age 40-542.7No objective
41.8Favorable32.9 - 51.1Births to Unmarried Women36.9No objective
27.9Unfavorable11.3 - 28.6No Care in First Trimester216.110.0
County RateStatusPeer County RangeInfant Mortality3U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
9.1Unfavorable5.8 - 11.1Infant Mortality6.94.5
5.2Favorable3.4 - 7.1White non Hispanic Infant Mortality5.84.5
17.8Unfavorable8.9 - 18.6Black non Hispanic Infant Mortality13.64.5
9.8Unfavorable3.9 - 7.7Hispanic Infant Mortality5.64.5
6.8Unfavorable3.5 - 7.4Neonatal Infant Mortality4.52.9
2.3Favorable1.6 - 3.7Post-neonatal Infant Mortality2.31.2
County RateStatusPeer County RangeDeath Measures4U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
29.2Unfavorable21.2 - 30.0Breast Cancer (Female)24.121.3
21.7Unfavorable15.7 - 21.6Colon Cancer17.513.7
177.0Unfavorable121.2 - 224.9Coronary Heart Disease154.0162.0
8.3Favorable4.2 - 18.6Homicide6.12.8
58.6Unfavorable40.8 - 65.5Lung Cancer52.643.3
9.0Favorable6.0 - 19.4Motor Vehicle Injuries14.68.0
46.1Favorable40.5 - 64.7Stroke47.050.0
11.3Unfavorable5.3 - 15.8Suicide10.94.8
26.3Favorable15.2 - 37.5Unintentional Injury39.117.1

Cumberland County, NJ (Millville)


County PercentStatusPeer County RangeBirth MeasuresU.S. Percent 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
8.7Unfavorable6.2 - 10.4Low Birth Wt. (<2500 g)8.25.0
1.7Unfavorable1.1 - 2.0Very Low Birth Wt. (<1500 g)1.50.9
13.7Unfavorable9.6 - 15.8Premature Births (<37 weeks)12.77.6
6.1Unfavorable2.8 - 5.6Births to Women under 183.4No objective
1.5Favorable1.2 - 2.4Births to Women age 40-542.7No objective
59.6Unfavorable30.4 - 47.5Births to Unmarried Women36.9No objective
33.3Unfavorable8.7 - 27.2No Care in First Trimester216.110.0
County RateStatusPeer County RangeInfant Mortality3U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
10.3Unfavorable5.7 - 10.6Infant Mortality6.94.5
8.9Unfavorable4.5 - 8.6White non Hispanic Infant Mortality5.84.5
13.5Unfavorable0.0 - 21.9Black non Hispanic Infant Mortality13.64.5
10.6Unfavorable0.0 - 12.7Hispanic Infant Mortality5.64.5
7.8Unfavorable3.2 - 7.1Neonatal Infant Mortality4.52.9
2.3Favorable2.0 - 4.1Post-neonatal Infant Mortality2.31.2
County RateStatusPeer County RangeDeath Measures4U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
24.1Favorable19.6 - 31.4Breast Cancer (Female)24.121.3
21.4Unfavorable15.3 - 23.1Colon Cancer17.513.7
211.2Unfavorable123.9 - 209.7Coronary Heart Disease154.0162.0
8.1Unfavorable2.4 - 11.5Homicide6.12.8
61.2Favorable49.9 - 75.9Lung Cancer52.643.3
28.5Unfavorable12.1 - 28.5Motor Vehicle Injuries14.68.0
52.0Favorable42.2 - 70.1Stroke47.050.0
9.3Favorable8.9 - 19.6Suicide10.94.8
26.4Favorable18.2 - 36.7Unintentional Injury39.117.1








  Passaic County, NJ (Passaic)

County PercentStatusPeer County RangeBirth MeasuresU.S. Percent 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
8.6Unfavorable6.3 - 9.9Low Birth Wt. (<2500 g)8.25.0
1.6Unfavorable1.0 - 1.9Very Low Birth Wt. (<1500 g)1.50.9
13.6Unfavorable10.6 - 15.5Premature Births (<37 weeks)12.77.6
3.2Favorable2.5 - 4.5Births to Women under 183.4No objective
3.3Unfavorable1.7 - 3.2Births to Women age 40-542.7No objective
41.1Unfavorable27.6 - 42.2Births to Unmarried Women36.9No objective
27.9Unfavorable9.8 - 27.3No Care in First Trimester216.110.0
County RateStatusPeer County RangeInfant Mortality3U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
5.3Favorable5.3 - 8.8Infant Mortality6.94.5
4.2Favorable4.2 - 7.1White non Hispanic Infant Mortality5.84.5
9.7Favorable6.6 - 16.9Black non Hispanic Infant Mortality13.64.5
4.5Favorable2.1 - 11.1Hispanic Infant Mortality5.64.5
3.4Favorable3.4 - 6.1Neonatal Infant Mortality4.52.9
1.9Favorable1.8 - 3.1Post-neonatal Infant Mortality2.31.2
County RateStatusPeer County RangeDeath Measures4U.S. Rate 2005Healthy People 2010 Target
29.1Unfavorable18.7 - 29.1Breast Cancer (Female)24.121.3
22.5Unfavorable12.3 - 20.9Colon Cancer17.513.7
167.5Unfavorable96.2 - 174.9Coronary Heart Disease154.0162.0
5.1Unfavorable1.8 - 7.5Homicide6.12.8
46.4Favorable46.1 - 64.1Lung Cancer52.643.3
8.3Favorable8.3 - 20.6Motor Vehicle Injuries14.68.0
39.9Favorable41.0 - 60.5Stroke47.050.0
5.1Favorable7.7 - 16.1Suicide10.94.8
22.9Favorable19.0 - 34.2Unintentional Injury39.117.1
 The total number of births during this time period was 23,056 and the total number of deaths was 11,593.
nrfNo report, fewer than 500 births and 5 events (birth measures and infant mortality) or fewer than 10 events (death measures) occurred during the specified time period.
ndaNo data available
cdnaComparable data not available.
Note:Confidence intervals are available as tooltips on this web page and as a column on the printable version. To view the confidence intervals, hover your mouse over any row in the county column of the tables above.
1 NCHS. Vital Statistics Reporting System, 2003-2005.
2 Include 37 states, New York City and DC (see the Data Sources, Definitions, and Notes for details).
3 Infant mortality: deaths per 1000 live births (Neonatal: <28 days; post-neonatal: day 28 to under one year).
4 Rates are age-adjusted to the year 2000 standard; per 100,000 population.







 

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