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Maternal mortality rate in China remains stable in 2017

China National Statistical Office reported that in comparison with the prior year the variable hasn't changed. The same as it has been for the last 2 year, the maternal mortality rate remained steady at 19.9 per hundred thousand. The overall changes for the previous 27 years hit a diminution of 75.13%. Likewise, it has shown a decrease at a 0.03 percent compound annual growth rate during the last 5 years with a moderate overall fall since the start of time series. It averaged 45.03 per hundred thousand from 1991 to 2017 and it attained its maximum of 80 per hundred thousand in 1991.

Maternal mortality rate in China remains stable in 2017
Date Per Hundred Thousand Variation
2017 19.90 =
2016 19.90 -1
2015 20.10 -7.37
2014 21.70 -6.47
2013 23.20 -5.31
2012 24.50 -6.13
2011 26.10 -13
2010 30.00 -5.96
2009 31.90 -6.73
2008 34.20 -6.56

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Main Maternal Health Indicators

  • Maternal Mortality Rate

    Number of deaths of women while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration and site of pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management but not from accidental or incidental causes. Usually measured per 100,000 live births. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Caesarean Section Performed

  • Number Of Abortions Performed

  • Antenatal Care Coverage

    Percentage of women who received antenatal care provided by skilled health personnel for reasons related to pregnancy at least once during pregnancy as a percentage of live births in a given perdiod. It is an indicator of access and utilization of health care during pregnancy. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Delivery Rate In Facility

    Percentage of births attended by skilled health personnel (doctors, nurses or midwives). Based on: United Nations Children's Fund.

  • Postnatal Care Coverage