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National Maternal and Infant Health Survey Data

The National Maternal and Infant Health Survey is a national followback survey used to collect data on poor pregnancy outcomes such as low birthweight, stillbirth, infant illness, and infant death.

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CDC-NCHS

What is the Data?

Content: maternal socioeconomic and demographic characteristics, pregnancy characteristics, prenatal care, health status of mom and infant
Population: mothers of selected live births, fetal deaths, and infant deaths
Years Collected: 1988 with followup in 1991
Geographic Region: National


How was it collected?

Method: Data are collected from birth and death certificates and maternal questionnaires.