|All Races||111,507||762||6.8 ±0.5||441||4.0 ±0.4||605||5.4 ±0.4||1,046||9.3 ±0.6|
|White||80,967||392||4.8 ±0.5||232||2.9 ±0.4||328||4.0 ±0.4||560||6.9 ±0.6|
|Black||21,897||320||14.6 ±1.6||174||7.9 ±1.2||222||10.0 ±1.3||396||17.9 ±1.7|
|American Indian||643||10||15.6 ±9.6||3||*||5||*||8||12.3 ±8.5|
|Asian and Pacific Islander||4,675||19||4.1 ±1.8||15||3.2 ±1.6||28||6.0 ±2.2||43||9.1 ±2.7|
|Middle Easterner||5,315||22||4.1 ±1.7||11||2.1 ±1.2||15||2.8 ±1.4||26||4.9 ±1.9|
|Hispanic||7,639||58||7.6 ±1.9||39||5.1 ±1.6||38||4.9 ±1.6||77||10.0 ±2.2|
|Note: Hebdomadal deaths are deaths to infants ages zero to six days. Perinatal deaths are hebdomadal plus fetal deaths.
Infant death and hebdomadal rates are per 1,000 live births. Fetal death and perinatal death rates are per 1,000 live births plus fetal deaths.
Rates are calculated using live births by race/ancestry of mother as denominator. Live births are by the race/ancestry of the mother on the birth certificate. Infant and hebdomadal deaths are by the race on the death certificate. Fetal deaths are by the race of the mother on the fetal death certificate. Perinatal deaths are by mother's race/ancestry on the fetal death certificate or the infant's race/ancestry on the death certificate.
Asterisk (*) indicates that data do not meet standards of precision or reliability.
Caution: Care should be taken drawing inferences from rates based on small numbers of events or small population base. These rates tend to exhibit considerable variation which may negate their usefulness for comparative purposes.
Michigan Resident Infant Death File,
2017 Michigan Fetal Death Registry
Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.