Obstetric data for the last 5 years

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Dr Julia Wilkens

Dear Public Health Wales,
Please can you give figures for each of the last 5 years ie 2018-2022

• Total live births
• Total still births
• Total intrapartum still births
• Total neonatal deaths to 28 days
• Total preterm births (<37 weeks)
• Total maternal deaths
• Total maternal collapses / cardiac arrests
• Total postpartum haemorrhage >1.5l
• Evacuation of retained products of conception (ERPCs)
• Attendance numbers for early pregnancy clinics
• Do you record covid-19 vaccination status in your electronic maternity records?

If possible for 2021 & 2022 could you give all of the above data by COVID-19 vaccination status (0/1/2/3/4 doses) or state if you do not record vaccination status.

If some information is not available, I would be grateful for any information you can give.
Yours faithfully,

Dr Julia Wilkens

FOI (Public Health Wales), Public Health Wales

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Dear Dr Julia Wilkens,

The response to your FOI request is attached

Kind regards,
Alex Ley-Sweet
Information Governance Officer

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