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Percent of Births to Mothers Who Received
 First-Trimester Prenatal Care,
Wisconsin and the United States, 1985-2012

  Year   Wisconsin   U.S.  
2012 76.5* 74.1*
2011 75.6* 73.7*
2010 84.2 73.1*
2009 83.4 72.1*
2008 82.2 71.0*
2007 82.8 82.0
2006 83.8 82.4
2005 85.0 84.0
2004 85.1 83.9
2003 84.7 84.1
2002 84.2 83.7
2001 83.7 83.4
2000 83.9 83.2
1999 83.9 83.2
1998 84.1 82.8
1997 84.4 82.5
1996 83.9 81.9
1995 83.2 81.3
1994 83.1 80.2
1993 82.1 78.9
1992 81.8 77.7
1991 81.5 76.2
1990 81.6 75.8
1989 81.5 75.5
1988 82.8 75.9
1987 83.0 76.0
1986 82.6 75.9
1985 82.6 76.2

Source: Resident birth certificates, Office of Health Informatics, Division of Public Health, Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

The U.S. percents for 1985 through 2002 are from the National Center for Health Statistics, "Health, United States, 2004, Table 6." The U.S. percent for 2003 is from National Vital Statistics Reports, "Births: Preliminary Data for 2003," Volume 53, No. 9, November 23, 2004. The U.S. percent for 2004 is from National Vital Statistics Reports, "Births: Preliminary Data for 2004," Volume 54, No. 8, December 29, 2005. The U.S. percent for 2005 is from the National Center for Health Statistics, "Health, United States, 2008." The U.S. percents for 2006 and 2007 are from the National Center for Health Statistics, "Health, United States, 2010." The U.S. percents for 2008 are from the National Center for Health Statistics, "User Guide to the 2008 Natality Public Use File." The U.S. percents for 2009 are from the National Center for Health Statistics, "User Guide to the 2009 Natality Public Use File." The U.S. percents for 2010 are from the National Center for Health Statistics, "User Guide to the 2010 Natality Public Use File." The U.S. percents for 2011 are from the National Center for Health Statistics, "User Guide to the 2011 Natality Public Use File." The U.S. percents for 2012 are from the National Center for Health Statistics, "User Guide to the 2012 Natality Public Use File."

* Due to changes in the standard birth certificate, the measure for percent of births to mothers who received first trimester prenatal care is not comparable to the measure used in previous years, starting in 2008 for U.S. data and in 2011 for Wisconsin data.

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Last Revised:  May 15, 2014