Pregnancy-Related Deaths: Data from Maternal Mortality Review Committees in 36 US States, 2017–2019

Maternal Mortality Review Committees (MMRCs) are multidisciplinary committees that convene at the state or local level to comprehensively review deaths during or within a year of pregnancy (pregnancy-associated deaths). MMRCs have access to clinical and non-clinical information (e.g., vital records, medical records, social service records) to more fully understand the circumstances surrounding each death, determine whether the death was pregnancy-related, and develop recommendations for action to prevent similar deaths in the future.

 

Visit the link below to read more about the findings of the data on 1,018 pregnancy-related deaths among residents of 36 states from 2017–2019 were shared with CDC through the Maternal Mortality Review Information Application (MMRIA).

https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/maternal-mortality/erase-mm/data-mmrc.html.

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