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New Jersey Health Statistics
1998

TABLE M43. INFANT AND FETAL MORTALITY IN SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES
NEW JERSEY, 1998
MUNICIPALITY INFANT DEATHS  FETAL DEATHS
ATLANTIC CITY 11 10
BAYONNE 7 *
BLOOMFIELD * 6
BRICK TWP 7 6
CAMDEN 44 14
CLIFTON * 5
DOVER TWP * 5
EAST ORANGE 17 17
EDISON 6 6
ELIZABETH 14 19
FRANKLIN TWP 7 *
HACKENSACK 5 *
HAMILTON TWP 6 6
IRVINGTON 19 14
JERSEY CITY 43 27
LAKEWOOD 10 8
LINDEN 5 *
MIDDLETOWN * 6
MOUNT LAUREL * 5
NEW BRUNSWICK * 11
NEWARK 62 54
OLD BRIDGE * 8
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS 6 5
PASSAIC 7 7
PATERSON 29 22
PERTH AMBOY 8 5
PISCATAWAY 5 5
PLAINFIELD 5 7
TRENTON 12 19
UNION CITY 7 *
VINELAND 8 10
WEST ORANGE * 6
WOODBRIDGE 11 7
All other municipalities had fewer than 5 infant deaths and fewer than 5 fetal deaths.
* Cell values under 5 are not releasable at the municipality level.
 
MUNICIPALITY NEONATAL DEATHS POSTNEONATAL DEATHS INFANT DEATHS FETAL DEATHS
NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE
CAMDEN 31 13   44 24.3 14 **
JERSEY CITY 37 6   43 11.1 27 6.9
NEWARK 36 26   62 13.1 54 11.2
PATERSON 16 13   29 9.6 22 7.3
Infant death rates are computed per 1,000 municipality-specific live births.
Fetal death rates are computed per 1,000 municipality-specific live births plus fetal deaths.
** Number is too small to calculate a reliable rate.


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