Hawaiʻi Health Data Warehouse

Fetal Death Data

The Fetal Death Data is composed of information extracted from fetal death certificates. State laws require death certificates to be issued for spontaneous intrauterine death of a fetus at any time during pregnancy. Fetal death certificate data captures information on the mother and the fetus including information on maternal risk factors and congenital abnormalities of the fetus.  The information is captured by the Hawai‘i State Department of Health, Office of Health Status Monitoring as part of the National Vital Statistics System in collaboration with the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). 

Data Release Notes 

General data release notes are available here.

Number of Fetal Deaths Per Year:

2022 - 478*2010 - 955
2021 - 4802009 - 1098
2020 - 5872008 - 1161
2019 - 8102007 - 1009
2018 - 8352006 - 1071
2017 - 7952005 - 954
2016 - 8622004 - 934
2015 - 8122003 - 892
2014 - 8162002 - 858
2013 - 8922001 - 772
2012 - 7012000 - 848
2011 - 1013

* Number of fetal deaths listed above includes all fetal deaths occurring in the state. Due to delays in reporting, the most recent year of data is considered provisional until the following year.

Report Requests

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Please give us as much notice as possible as some requests take longer than others. An HHDW team member will contact you via email or phone for a follow-up.

Record Level Data Request

If you are interested in obtaining de-identified record-level data for your own analyses, please click on the button to see the instructions. 

Most record-level data requests can be processed within 2-4 weeks, but delays in the approval process can extend the timeline.

Data Sources