Secure IBIS-PH Birth Query Module Metadata
- title: Secure IBIS-PH Birth Query Module
- type: Health outcome
- abstract: This query contains the following measures: count of births; percentage of births with prenatal care in the first trimester; percentage of births with prenatal care in the third trimester; percentage of births with no prenatal care; percentage of births with adequate Kotelchuk prenatal care; percentage of births with above adequate Kotelchuk prenatal care; average number of prenatal visits; percentage of normal birth weight infants; percentage of low birth weight infants (lt 2500 grams); percentage of low birth weight infants (lt 1500); percentage of extremely low birth weight infants (lt 1000 grams); percentage of extremely low birth weight infants (lt 500 grams); average birth weight of infants; percentage of all pre-term births (lt 37 weeks); percentage of all very pre-term births (lt 32 weeks); percentage of all moderately pre-term births (32-33 weeks); percentage of all late pre-term births (34-36 weeks).
- Important: This data provides public health researchers and professionals with summary information about the births in the state of Utah from the Office of Vital Records and Statistics. This data is not available for public use.
- Measures: 1. Count of births
2. Percentage of births with prenatal care in the first trimester
3. Percentage of births with prenatal care in the third trimester
4. Percentage of births with no prenatal care
5. Percentage of births with adequate Kotelchuk prenatal care
6. Percentage of births with above adequate Kotelchuk prenatal care
7. Average number of prenatal visits
8. Percentage of normal birth weight infants
9. Percentage of low birth weight infants (less than 2500 grams)
10. Percentage of very low birth weight infants (less than 1500 grams)
11. Percentage of extremely low birth weight infants (less than 1000 grams)
12. Percentage of extremely low birth weight infants (less than500 grams)
13. Average birth weight of infants
14. Percentage of all pre-term births (less than 37 weeks)
15. Percentage of all very pre-term births (less than 32 weeks)
16. Percentage of all moderately pre-term births (32-33 weeks) percentage of all late pre-term births (34-36 weeks)
17. Average gestational age of infants
- Numerator: The numerator used for rates and counts is the number of live births in Utah fitting a particular characteristic.
- Denominator: The denominator for used for rates is the number of live births in Utah.
- MeasureLimitations: Live birth refers to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of a fetus, irrespective of the duration of the pregnancy, which, after separation, breathes or shows any other evidence of life – e.g. beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord or definite movement of voluntary muscles – whether or not the umbilical cord has been cut or the placenta is attached. Each such fetus is considered live born. This definition stands regardless of how long the infant survives after separation from the mother.
- Unit: Live births.
- A: Year
- B: Mother's age group
- C: Mother's characteristics
- D: Infant characteristics
- E: Health care system characteristic
- F: Resident or occurrent birth
- G: Zip code
- Year: Year: Year of birth
- MotherAgeGroup: Mother age groups
- MotherCharacter: Mother characteristics including: education, marital status, hispanic origin, pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI), adequacy of weight gain during pregnancy, tobacco use during pregnancy, alcohol use during pregnancy, and parity.
- InfantCharacter: Infant Characteristics including: infant sex, infant birthweight, age of gestation, size at gestational age, and single or multiple birth.
- HCSCharacter: Health Care System Characteristics including: number of prenatal care visits, trimester that prenatal care began, adequacy of prenatal care, facility where infant born, birth method, place of birth, type of birth attendant, and interpregnancy interval.
- ResidentBirth: Resident births in Utah, all occurrent births, or all.
- Zip: Zip Code: The zip code in which the infant resides
- A: Year
- B: Birth Occurrence
- C: Mother's Age
- D: Mother's Martial Status
- E: Mother's Hispanic Origin
- F: Mother's pre-pregnancy BMI
- G: Mother's weight gain adequacy
- H: Mother's tobacco use
- I: Mother's alcohol use
- J: Mother's parity birth
- K: Infant sex
- L: Infant's age of gestation
- M: Infant's gestational age size
- N: Single or multiple birth
- O: Number of prenatal visits
- P: Trimester prenatal care began
- Q: Adequacy of prenatal care
- R: Facility where infant born
- S: Birth method
- T: Place of birth
- U: Type of birth attendant
- V: Inter-pregnancy interval
- W: Zip code
- A: Vertical bar
- B: Horizontal bar
- C: Stacked vertical bar
- D: Area
- E: Stacked area
- F: Pie
- G: Line
- Scope: Utah
- West: -114.042925
- East: -109.041501
- North: 42.001718
- South: 36.997693
- GeogScale: Zip codes
- Period: 1989-2008
- Scale: Year
- Updated: Annually
- Purpose: Birth rate is the number of live births in a given year per 1,000 persons in the population. Tracking birth rate patterns among Utah and U.S. women as a whole is critical to understanding population growth and change in this country and in Utah.
- DataSources: Birth certificates are filed electronically by hospital birth certificate clerks. The information comes from a variety of sources including a worksheet the mother fills out, the mother’s prenatal record, and the delivery record.
- Standards: The Office of Vital Records and Statistics has a Quality Control program where every hospital is audited annually. Births are randomly selected and hospital records are checked to verify the accuracy of the reported information.
- Citation: Utah Death Certificate Database, Office of Vital Records and Statistics, Utah Department of Health
- Intro: Metadata created by:
- Name: Health Program Specialist
- Program: Environmental Epidemiology Program
- Department: Utah Department of Health
- Box: P.O. Box 142104
- City: Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2104
- Phone: 801-538-6191
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://health.utah.gov/epi/enviroepi/
- Program: Office of Vital Records and Statistics, Utah Department of Health
- Address: PO Box 141012
- City: Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1012
- Phone: 801-538-6105
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://health.utah.gov/vitalrecords
- Access: Public Health Professionals may only access Utah Tracking Network data through Secure IBIS-PH or in any other way after submitting a complete application as contained in the document Third Party Application for Access to Secure IBIS-PH for Public Health Professionals. Similarly, researchers must submit a complete application as contained in the document Third Party Application for Access to Secure IBIS-PH for Research Projects. The SRB does not serve as an IRB. Applications requiring an IRB must submit for IRB approval separately. The applications can be submitted concurrently, but the SRB will not grant data access until they have received proof that the IRB has approved the research project. The SRB may conditionally approve access to Secure IBIS-PH pending IRB approval. The SRB ensures that the research proposal meets all of the data owner(s)’s requirements.These documents may be accessed at http://health.utah.gov/epi/enviroepi/activities/EPHTP/NewEPHT/securedata.html
- Use: NO-USE: This data may not be used in any way to imply Office of Health Care Statistics (OHCS) or Utah Department of Health (UDOH) endorsement of any research objective, commercial or for-profit venture; to advertise or support a commercial product; or to direct or plan targeted advertising. This data may not be used to identify subjects of hospitalization, case information or the individual or organization who reported the case information. PUBLICATION: The data user will comply with OHCS rules for publication or presentation of this data or any results derived from this data. Publication approval of any manuscript or document must be accomplished prior to submission for publication. Data users will provide a copy of any publication draft or public presentation of this data or results derived from this data to the Utah Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (UEPHTN) which will coordinate UEPHTN and OHCS approval to publish or present. See contact information in this metadata. The OHCS requires 30 days to approve draft publications. The OHCS will provide a response in writing to the data user. RIGHT TO REFUSAL: The OHCS and/or the UEPHTN retain the right to refuse any publication or public presentation of the data or results derived from the data. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: Use of this data requires acknowledgement of the OHCS and the UEPHTN in any publications or public presentations of the data or results derived from the data. Acknowledgement must be made that the research was supported by the OHCS with support from the Utah Department of Health. Acknowledgement must be made that the research was supported by the UEPHTN, which is partially funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. AUTHORSHIP: Authorship is required when the OHCS or the UEPHTN makes substantial contribution to the data. AUDITS: The OHCS and/or the UEPHTN retain the right to conduct on-site audits of the researcher with or without cause. Audits will be conducted after notification and during normal business hours by representatives of the OHCS or UEPHTN. The audit will observe research practices for protecting data. REPORTS: Data users must submit annual and final reports regarding the progress and/or completion of research projects to the OHCS. This will be done through the UEPHTN.
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- pubdate: January 2011