Number of Live Births by Characteristics of Labor and Delivery,
By Race and Ancestry of Mother,
Michigan Residents, 2015

Characteristics of Labor and Delivery Race Ancestry
All Races White Black American
Indian
Asian &
Pacific
Islander
All Other Races Hispanic Arab
Induction of labor 24,945 19,884 3,475 148 693 698 1,538 912
Augmentation of labor 23,280 17,843 3,489 134 947 829 1,754 1,128
Non-vertex presentation 2,602 2,050 346 12 130 61 172 113
Steroids received for fetal lung maturation 2,045 1,580 329 23 61 49 162 73
Antibiotics received by mother during labor 27,588 20,552 5,078 170 947 801 1,748 1,163
Clinical chorioamnionitis diagnosed during labor 1,263 879 225 1 89 67 113 68
Meconium staining moderate/heavy 6,083 4,179 1,393 39 205 255 426 354
Fetal intolerance of labor 6,132 4,499 1,117 35 257 211 344 299
Epidural or spinal anesthesia during labor 78,570 57,568 15,027 355 2,855 2,623 5,049 3,367
None of the above 21,633 15,726 4,144 145 645 913 1,707 816
Total Live Births 113,211 82,938 21,457 631 3,888 4,064 7,768 4,872

 

Source:

2015 Michigan Resident Birth Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.