Appendix G_G9: Perinatal Statistics Report 2016: Method of Delivery by Mother’s Postnatal Length of Stay, Singleton and Multiple Births (per cent), 2016

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Presents the distribution of SINGLETON AND MULTIPLE births for 2016 by Method of Delivery by Mother’s Postnatal Length of Stay. This table outlines the per cent postnatal length of stay for singleton and multiple births. The Perinatal Statistics Report 2016 is a report on national data on Perinatal events in 2016. Information on every birth in the Republic of Ireland is submitted to the National Perinatal Reporting System (NPRS). All births are notified and registered on a standard four part birth notification form (BNF01) which is completed where the birth takes place. Part 3 of this form is sent to the HPO for data entry and validation. The information collected includes data on pregnancy outcomes (with particular reference to perinatal mortality and important aspects of perinatal care), as well as descriptive social and biological characteristics of mothers giving birth. See the complete Perinatal Statistics Report 2016 at

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