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Errata: Vol. 57, No. SS-5

In the MMWR Surveillance Summary (Vol. 57, No. SS-5), "Assisted Reproductive Technology Surveillance---United States, 2005," several errors occurred in the last two columns of Table 8 on page 22. The corrected table is on the following page.

Table

TABLE 8. Number and percentage of infants born in multiple-birth deliveries, by patient’s state/territory of residence* at time of assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedure — United States, 2005
Patient’s state
of residency
No. infants born
No. infants born in
multiple-birth deliveries
Infants born in multiple-birth deliveries†
(%)
Infants born in twin deliveries
(%)
Infants born in triplet or higher order deliveries
(%)
No.
No. with missing residency
No.
No. with missing residency
Alabama
338
0
181
0
53.6
48.5
5.0
Alaska
63
0
32
0
50.8
50.8
0.0
Arizona
767
26
347
10
45.2
38.5
6.8
Arkansas
215
0
109
0
50.7
46.5
4.2
California
7,159
637
3,635
294
50.8
44.5
6.3
Colorado
999
46
525
30
52.6
49.2
3.3
Connecticut
1,025
23
480
8
46.8
44.2
2.6
Delaware
148
0
69
0
46.6
44.6
2.0
District of Columbia
202
21
101
10
50.0
48.5
1.5
Federated States of
Micronesia
¶
¶
¶
¶
¶
0.0
0.0
Florida
2,418
60
1,160
29
48.0
43.2
4.8
Georgia
1,286
574
663
282
51.6
44.6
7.0
Guam
¶
¶
¶
¶
¶
0.0
0.0
Hawaii
264
2
136
2
51.5
43.6
8.0
Idaho
241
0
131
0
54.4
45.6
8.7
Illinois
3,211
16
1,501
8
46.7
42.1
4.6
Indiana
669
2
347
0
51.9
43.6
8.2
Iowa
414
0
197
0
47.6
42.5
5.1
Kansas
271
0
145
0
53.5
48.0
5.5
Kentucky
403
2
208
2
51.6
39.0
12.7
Louisiana
301
0
153
0
50.8
45.8
5.0
Maine
95
0
47
0
49.5
46.3
3.2
Maryland
1,656
24
769
8
46.4
42.3
4.1
Massachusetts
2,964
964
1,293
440
43.6
40.6
3.0
Michigan
1,285
7
650
4
50.6
43.5
7.1
Minnesota
971
3
500
0
51.5
48.4
3.1
Mississippi
187
0
89
0
47.6
42.8
4.8
Missouri
740
217
318
100
43.0
37.3
5.7
Montana
79
0
44
0
55.7
46.8
8.9
Nebraska
255
0
121
0
47.5
41.6
5.9
Nevada
526
24
262
10
49.8
46.4
3.4
New Hampshire
292
0
139
0
47.6
44.5
3.1
New Jersey
3,459
169
1,692
89
48.9
43.9
5.1
New Mexico
169
0
95
0
56.2
54.4
1.8
New York
3,807
148
1,768
68
46.4
41.9
4.5
New York City
1,604
610
729
276
45.4
42.8
2.6
North Carolina
1,029
2
498
0
48.4
43.3
5.1
North Dakota
84
0
34
0
40.5
32.1
8.3
Ohio
1,365
11
688
4
50.4
41.5
8.9
Oklahoma
288
2
138
2
47.9
46.9
1.0
Oregon
533
8
298
8
55.9
53.3
2.6
Pennsylvania
1,808
134
896
54
49.6
44.2
5.3
Puerto Rico
148
0
77
0
52.0
45.9
6.1
Rhode Island
331
0
174
0
52.6
49.8
2.7
South Carolina
513
0
261
0
50.9
43.3
7.6
South Dakota
74
0
37
0
50.0
50.0
0.0
Tennessee
511
2
261
2
51.1
46.0
5.1
Texas
3,103
51
1,666
27
53.7
48.3
5.4
Utah
371
1
208
0
56.1
51.2
4.9
Vermont
47
0
16
0
34.0
27.7
6.4
Virgin Islands, U.S.
11
0
0
0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Virginia
1,572
19
713
10
45.4
40.7
4.6
Washington
811
9
387
2
47.7
43.5
4.2
West Virginia
92
0
48
0
52.2
45.7
6.5
Wisconsin
685
1
344
0
50.2
46.7
3.5
Wyoming
39
0
19
0
48.7
41.0
7.7
Non-U.S. resident
141
0
70
0
49.6
36.9
12.8
Total
52,041
3,815
25,469
1,779
48.9
43.9
5.1
* In cases of missing residency data, the patient’s place of residency was as that in which the ART procedure was performed.
† Statistics might not sum to total because of rounding.
§ Of all ART procedures, 0.7% were reported from military medical centers located in California, District of Columbia, Hawaii, and Texas. States and territories for which >1% of ART procedures among state residents were performed in a military medical center were Alaska, Delaware, District of Columbia, Guam, Hawaii, Kansas, Maryland, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Wyoming. In District of Columbia, Guam, and Hawaii, >5% of ART procedures among residents were performed in a military medical center.
¶ Data not shown to preserve confidentiality, but included in total.
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