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Infant Mortality in Oklahoma

Oklahoma's infant mortality rate (IMR), infant deaths per 1,000 live births, has consistently remained above the national rate. However, there has been improvement. Oklahoma's IMR declined from 8.5 in 2007 to 7.5 in 2012 resulting in 72 babies saved. Pre-term births, those occurring before 37 completed weeks of gestation, decreased to 13.0% in 2012, down from 13.5% in 2007, equal to 567 fewer pre-term infants. Other primary measures have also shown improvement as depicted on the "Preparing for a Lifetime, It's Everyone's Responsibility" 2013 Snapshot.

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Adair County Grant County Nowata County
Alfalfa County Greer County Okfuskee County
Atoka County Harmon County Oklahoma County
Beaver County Harper County Okmulgee County
Beckham County Haskell County Osage County
Blaine County Hughes County Ottawa County
Bryan County Jackson County Pawnee County
Caddo County Jefferson County Payne County
Canadian County Johnston County Pittsburg County
Carter County Kay County Pontotoc County
Cherokee County Kingfisher County Pottawatomie County
Choctaw County Kiowa County Pushmataha County
Cimarron County Latimer County Roger Mills County
Cleveland County Leflore County Rogers County
Coal County Lincoln County Seminole County
Comanche County Logan County Sequoyah County
Cotton County Love County Stephens County
Craig County Major County Texas County
Creek County Marshall County Tillman County
Custer County Mayes County Tulsa County
Delaware County McClain County Wagoner County
Dewey County McCurtain County Washington County
Ellis County McIntosh County Washita County
Garfield County Murray County Woods County
Garvin County Muskogee County Woodward County
Grady County Noble County  


 

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