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Mother at childbirth

Mother and newborn

Náhled: Mother and newborn

ISSN: 1213-2683
Pages: cca 126 pages
Since 2000 in Czech-English version.

The source of information are data from the Czech Statistical Office, data from National Registry of Mothers at Childbirth and from National Registry of Newborns. The publication contains information on health of mothers and newborns. It has two separate parts: 1. Report on mother at childbirth, 2. Report on newborn. It follows earlier separate publications "Report on mothers at childbirth in 1994-1996" and "Report on newborns in 1994-1996". It contains data from the current year and time series.

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

Total fertility rate in the Czech Republic slightly increased, in 2012 it was 1.45 child per one woman during her reproduction period it was 1.43 previous year. The focus of fertility is moving to higher age groups, women in age from 30 to 34 years have had higher age specific fertility as women in age from 25 to 29 years as same as previous year. Less than half of mothers were primiparas. Grow proportions of Caesarean section deliveries (25.0 %) continuous yet. The major part of mothers did not suffer major complications in pregnancy.

Total fertility rate in the CR stagnates decreased, in 2011 it was 1.43 child per one woman during her reproduction period it was 1,49 in the last three years. The focus of fertility is moving to higher age groups, women in age from 30 to 34 years have had higher age specific fertility as women in age from 25 to 29 years. Less than half of mothers were primiparas. Grow proportions of Caesarean section deliveries (23,8 %) continuous yet. The major part of mothers did not suffer major complications in pregnancy.

Total fertility rate in the CR stagnates now three years, in 2010 it was 1.49 child per one woman during her reproduction period the same as in 2009. The focus of fertility is moving to higher age groups, women in age from 30 to 34 years have had almost even high age specific fertility as women in age from 25 to 29 years. Less than half of mothers were primiparas. Grow proportions of Caesarean section deliveries (23 %) continuous yet. The major part of mothers did not suffer major complications in pregnancy.

Total fertility rate in the CR stagnates in this year; in 2009 it was 1.49 child per one woman during her reproduction period (1.50 in 2008). The heft of fertility is moving to higher age groups, the highest age specific fertility was in age from 25 to 29 years. Most mothers had secondary education and half of mothers were primiparas. There are continuous trends of increasing proportions of Caesarean section deliveries (21.7 %). The major part of mothers did not suffer major complications in pregnancy.