by Illinois Dept. of Public Health, [Adverse Pregnance Outcomes Reporting System] in [Springfield, Ill.] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Adverse pregnancy outcomes|
|Contributions||Rosenberg, Deborah Meg, Handler, Arden., Khare, Manorama Mocherla., Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System.|
|LC Classifications||RG627.2.U62 I545 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 102,  leaves|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||2002435924|
The Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System (APORS) Infant Follow-up Summary has combined the reports of 0 to 12 and 13 to 24 month old age groups. The report also details Cook County, Downstate, and Statewide totals of infant follow-up visits in Illinois. Outcomes, The Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System (APORS) has been monitoring trends in the prevalence of birth defects and other conditions for the state of Illinois for the past 10 years. This report provides information on selected adverse outcomes for all Illinois counties. All data presented are aggregated for the period. The Illinois Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System (APORS) is essential for understanding the impact of birth defects in the state. The program tracks babies born with a birth defect in Illinois, collects data to learn about factors that increase the risk for these conditions and to look at trends over time, and refers affected families to appropriate health services in Illinois. Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System. The Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System (APORS) collects information on Illinois infants born with birth defects or other abnormal conditions. The purpose of APORS is to conduct surveillance on birth defects, to guide public health policy in the reduction of adverse pregnancy outcomes, and to.
Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System (APORS)/High Risk Infant Follow-up (HRIF): APORS/HRIF is offered statewide and is funded by Case Management General Revenue Funds (GRF) and some Federal Title XX Health Support Services funds, to provide case management services to families with high-risk infants identified by the Adverse Pregnancy. Antibiotics are critical tools for treating life-threatening conditions such as pneumonia and sepsis. Get medical care immediately if you suspect sepsis. The Hospital Report was recently updated Septem Updates include; Process of Care, Readmission Rates, Day Mortality, Satisfaction survey responses, Emergency Department Services. How is Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting System (Illinois Department of Public Health) abbreviated? APORS stands for Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting System (Illinois Department of Public Health). APORS is defined as Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting System (Illinois Department of Public Health) rarely. This study’s purpose was to estimate the prevalence of RIWG among high-risk infants in suburban Cook County, Illinois, and identify potential RIWG risk factors. METHODS: Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Reporting System records were accessed for a 4-month birth cohort (N=) that received home visiting services through the Cook County Department Author: Pamela T Roesch.
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