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IPODR - California County Profile Report

Placer County, 2011

Mortality
Mortality
Contents of This Page
 1. Introduction
 2. Definitions
 3. Fetal Deaths and Fetal Mortality Rate
 4. Neonatal Deaths and Neonatal Mortality Rate
 5. Perinatal Deaths and Perinatal Mortality Rate
 6. Postneonatal Deaths and Postneonatal Mortality Rate
 7. Infant Deaths and Infant Mortality Rate
Introduction
The following table shows the Healthy People 2020 Objectives for the mortality outcomes:
Mortality Outcome2020 Objective
Fetal Mortality 5.6 per 1,000
Neonatal Mortality 4.1 per 1,000
Perinatal Mortality 5.9 per 1,000
Postneonatal Mortality2.0 per 1,000
Infant Mortality 6.0 per 1,000
Source:
http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topicsobjectives2020/objectiveslist.aspx?topicId=26
The California County Profile Reports include information on fetal, infant, perinatal, neonatal, and postneonatal mortality.
Definitions
For the Healthy People 2020 Objectives, fetal deaths occurring at 20 or more weeks of gestation are included in the fetal mortality calculations. For the California County Profile Reports, the fetal mortality rate is defined as the number of fetal deaths occurring at 20 or more weeks of gestation (including fetal deaths with missing, or unknown gestation) divided by the number of all live births and fetal deaths multiplied by 1,000.
The neonatal mortality rate is defined as the number of deaths at less than 28 days of age divided by the number of all live births multiplied by 1,000.
The Healthy People 2020 Objectives define perinatal deaths as fetal deaths at 28 weeks or more of gestation or deaths until 7 days of age. For the California County Profile Reports, the perinatal mortality rate is defined as the number of fetal or neonatal deaths at 28 weeks of gestation to seven days after birth divided by the number of all live births plus the number of fetal deaths at 28 weeks of gestation or more multiplied by 1,000.
The postneonatal mortality rate is defined as the number of deaths at age 28 days to 365 days of age divided by the number of all live births multiplied by 1,000.
The infant mortality rate is defined as the number of deaths within 365 days of age divided by the number of all live births multiplied by 1,000. Neonatal and postneonatal deaths combined constitute infant deaths.
Tables and Figures
Number of Fetal Deaths and Fetal Mortality Rate by Race/Ethnicity, California and Placer County, 2011
Race/Ethnicity Placer CountyCalifornia
NDenominator per 1000NDenominator per 1000
Hispanic 0     706     0.0     1,221     250,896     4.9    
Non-Hispanic White 6     2,588     2.3     564     139,837     4.0    
Non-Hispanic Black 0     38     0.0     280     27,362     10.2    
Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 0     309     0.0     305     64,365     4.7    
Non-Hispanic Other Race 1     198     5.1     95     22,028     4.3    
Overall 7     3,839     1.8     2,465     504,488     4.9    
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2011 Birth Statistical Master File (BSMF) and Fetal Death File (FDF)
Fetal Mortality Rate, Placer County, 2009-2011
 map FDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2011 BSMF and FDF, 2010 and 2009 Birth Cohort Files
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Fetal Mortality Rate, California and Placer County, 1991-2011
 trend FDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2011 BSMF and FDF, 1991 through 2010 Birth Cohort Files
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Number of Neonatal Deaths and Neonatal Mortality Rate by Race/Ethnicity, California and Placer County, 2010
Race/Ethnicity Placer CountyCalifornia
NDenominator per 1000NDenominator per 1000
Hispanic 2     683     2.9     896     257,313     3.5    
Non-Hispanic White 4     2,640     1.5     401     140,741     2.8    
Non-Hispanic Black 0     33     0.0     176     27,719     6.3    
Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 0     285     0.0     148     62,899     2.4    
Non-Hispanic Other Race 0     184     0.0     128     21,455     6.0    
Overall 6     3,825     1.6     1,749     510,127     3.4    
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010 Birth Cohort File
Neonatal Mortality Rate, Placer County, 2008-2010
 map NDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010, 2009, and 2008 Birth Cohort Files
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Neonatal Mortality Rate, California and Placer County, 1991-2010
 trend NDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 1991 through 2010 Birth Cohort File
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Number of Perinatal Deaths and Perinatal Mortality Rate by Race/Ethnicity, California and Placer County, 2010
Race/Ethnicity Placer CountyCalifornia
NDenominator per 1000NDenominator per 1000
Hispanic 3     684     4.4     1,355     257,928     5.3    
Non-Hispanic White 7     2,644     2.6     633     141,059     4.5    
Non-Hispanic Black 0     33     0.0     279     27,850     10.0    
Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 1     286     3.5     249     63,025     4.0    
Non-Hispanic Other Race 0     184     0.0     156     21,506     7.3    
Overall 11     3,831     2.9     2,672     511,368     5.2    
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010 Birth Cohort File
Perinatal Mortality Rate, Placer County, 2008-2010
 map PIIIDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010, 2009, and 2008 Birth Cohort Files
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Perinatal Mortality Rate, California and Placer County, 1991-2010
 trend PIIIDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 1991 through 2010 Birth Cohort File
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Number of Postneonatal Deaths and Postneonatal Mortality Rate by Race/Ethnicity, California and Placer County, 2010
Race/Ethnicity Placer CountyCalifornia
NDenominator per 1000NDenominator per 1000
Hispanic 2     683     2.9     344     257,313     1.3    
Non-Hispanic White 5     2,640     1.9     170     140,741     1.2    
Non-Hispanic Black 0     33     0.0     106     27,719     3.8    
Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 0     285     0.0     61     62,899     1.0    
Non-Hispanic Other Race 0     184     0.0     45     21,455     2.1    
Overall 7     3,825     1.8     726     510,127     1.4    
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010 Birth Cohort File
Postneonatal Mortality Rate, Placer County, 2008-2010
 map PDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010, 2009, and 2008 Birth Cohort Files
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Postneonatal Mortality Rate, California and Placer County, 1991-2010
 trend PDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 1991 through 2010 Birth Cohort File
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Number of Infant Deaths and Infant Mortality Rate by Race/Ethnicity, California and Placer County, 2010
Race/Ethnicity Placer CountyCalifornia
NDenominator per 1000NDenominator per 1000
Hispanic 4     683     5.9     1,240     257,313     4.8    
Non-Hispanic White 9     2,640     3.4     571     140,741     4.1    
Non-Hispanic Black 0     33     0.0     282     27,719     10.2    
Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 0     285     0.0     209     62,899     3.3    
Non-Hispanic Other Race 0     184     0.0     173     21,455     8.1    
Overall 13     3,825     3.4     2,475     510,127     4.9    
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010 Birth Cohort File
Infant Mortality Rate, Placer County, 2008-2010
 map IDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 2010, 2009, and 2008 Birth Cohort Files
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Infant Mortality Rate, California and Placer County, 1991-2010
 trend IDEATH
Source: California Department of Public Health, 1991 through 2010 Birth Cohort File
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