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Table V-1. Updates to tables shown in "Births: Final Data for 2005" and "Deaths: Final Data for 2005," based on the complete count of Vermont records: Vermont 2005

Table V-1. Updates to tables shown in "Births: Final Data for 2005" and "Deaths: Final Data for 2005," based on the complete count of Vermont records: Vermont 2005

Tables based on: Births: Final Data for 2005; NVRS 56(6), NCHS 2007

Note: All tables are by place of residence.

Table 11. Number of births, birth rates, fertility rates, total fertility rates, and birth rates for teenagers 15-19 years by age of mother: Vermont, 2005

[Birth rates are live births per 1,000 estimated population in each area; fertility rates are live births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years estimated in each area; total fertility rates are sums of birth rates for 5-year age groups multiplied by 5; birth rates by age are live births per 1,000 women in specified age group estimated in each area. Populations estimated as of July 1]

State Number of births Birth rate Fertility rate Total Fertility Rate Teenage birth rate 15-19 years Teenage birth rate 15-17 years Teenage birth rate 18-19 years
Vermont 6,47310.451.01,661.519.58.236.2

Table 12. Live births by race of mother: Vermont 2005

State All races White1 Black1 American Indian or Alaska1 Asian or Pacific Islander1
Vermont 6,4736,2717814110

1 Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 OMB standards for comparability with others states: see "Technical Notes".

Table 13a. Live births by Hispanic origin1 of mother Vermont, 2005

State All Origins Total Hispanic Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Central and South American Other and unknown Hispanic Origin Not stated
Vermont 6,4737320181181664

1 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 13b. Live births by Hispanic origin of mother and by race for mothers of non-Hispanic origin: Vermont, 2005

State All Origins Non-Hispanic Total1 Non-Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Origin Not stated
Vermont 6,4736,3366,1397764

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

Table 20a. Number of births to unmarried women by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic3
Vermont 2,0911,9883225

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

3 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 20b. Percent of births to unmarried women by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic2
Vermont 32.332.441.634.2

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

3 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 30. Rates1 of cesarean delivery by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005
State All races2 Non-Hispanic White3 Non-Hispanic Black3 Hispanic
Vermont 25.925.832.5*

* Figures does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator.

1 Percent of all live births by cesarean delivery.

2 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

3 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 19677 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with others; see "Technical Notes".

* Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 34a. Number of births delivered preterm, by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

[Preterm is less than 37 completed weeks of gestation]

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic3
Vermont 577544104

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

3 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 34b. Percent of births delivered preterm, by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

[Preterm is less than 37 completed weeks of gestation]

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic3
Vermont 8.98.9**

* Figures does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator.

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

3 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 36a. Number of births of low birth weight, by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

[Low birth weight is birth weight of less than 2,500 grams (5 lb 8 oz)]

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic3
Vermont 4013787 1

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

3 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 36b. Percent of births of low birth weight, by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

[Low birth weight is birth weight of less than 2,500 grams (5 lb 8 oz)]

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic3
Vermont 6.26.2**

* Figures does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator.

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

3 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 37a. Number of births of very low birth weight, by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

[Very low birth weight is birth weight of less than 1,500 grams (3 lb 4 oz)]

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic3
Vermont 76692 -

- Quantity zero

Table 37b. Percent of births of very low birth weight, by race and Hispanic origin of mother: Vermont, 2005

[Very low birth weight is birth weight of less than 1,500 grams (3 lb 4 oz)]

State All races1 Non Hispanic White2 Non-Hispanic Black2 Hispanic3
Vermont 1.21.1**

* Figures does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator.

1 Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.

2 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Nineteen states reported multiple race data for 2005. Multiple race data for these states were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 office of Management and Budget standards for comparability with other states; see "Technical Notes."

3 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

Table 40. Twins and triplet and higher order multiple birth rates: Vermont, 2005

State Twin Number Twin Rate per 1,000 live births Triplet/+1 Number Triplet/+1 Rate per 1,000 live births
Vermont 62331.721106.8

1 Includes triplet and quadruplet and other higher order multiple births.

Table B. Birth rates for teenagers 15-19 years by State, 1991 and 2005, and percent change 1991-2005: Vermont

[Birth rates per 1,000 estimated female population aged in each area]

State 1991 2005 Percent change, 1991-2005
Vermont 39.219.5-50

Table based on: Deaths: Final Data for 2005; NVSR 56(10), NCHS 2008

Table 32a. Number of infants deaths and mortality rates, by race for Vermont: 2005

[Rates are infant deaths (under 1 year) per 1,000 in specified group. Infant deaths based on race of decedent; live births based on race of mother. See "Deaths: Final Data for 2005", Technical Notes.]

State All Races1 Number All Races1 Rate White2 Number White2 Rate Black2 Number Black2 Rate
Vermont 426.49396.222*

* Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator.

1 Includes races other than white and black.

2 Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) standards. Multiple race data were reported for deaths by 21 states and the District of Columbia, and for births, by 19 states. The multiple race data for these reporting areas were bridged to the single race categories of the OMB standards for comparability with other reporting areas; see "Technical Notes".

Table 32b. Number of neonatal deaths and mortality rates, by race for Vermont: 2005

[Rates are infant deaths (under 1 year) per 1,000 in specified group. Infant deaths based on race of decedent; live births based on race of mother. See "Deaths: Final Data for 2005", Technical Notes.]

State All Races1 Number All Races1 Rate White2 Number White2 Rate Black2 Number Black2 Rate
Vermont 264.02243.831*

* Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator.

1 Includes races other than white and black.

2 Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) standards. Multiple race data were reported for deaths by 21 states and the District of Columbia, and for births, by 19 states. The multiple race data for these reporting areas were bridged to the single race categories of the OMB standards for comparability with other reporting areas; see "Technical Notes".

 
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