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Org code Eligible population( 1) Number of women screened within 3 years Coverage (less than 3 years since last test) (%)

London strategic health authority

25,074

8,360

33.3

Barking and Dagenham PCT

5C2

556

196

35.3

Barnet PCT

5A9

1,263

281

22.2

Bexley Care Trust

TAK

904

617

68.3

Brent Teaching PCT

5K5

974

243

24.9

Bromley PCT

5A7

1,354

636

47.0

Camden PCT

5K7

620

97

15.6

City and Hackney PCT

5C3

545

95

17.4

Croydon PCT

5K9

1,144

269

23.5

Ealing PCT

5HX

1,093

291

26.6

Enfield PCT

5C1

1,051

231

22.0

Greenwich Teaching PCT

5A8

724

445

61.5

Hammersmith and Fulham PCT

5H1

445

63

14.2

Haringey Teaching PCT

5C9

735

104

14.1

Harrow PCT

5K6

871

341

39.2

Havering PCT

5A4

1,185

344

29.0

Hillingdon PCT

5AT

970

376

38.8

Hounslow PCT

5HY

744

142

19.1

Islington PCT

5K8

559

191

34.2

Kensington and Chelsea PCT

5LA

462

129

27.9

Kingston PCT

5A5

530

114

21.5

Lambeth PCT

5LD

748

371

49.6

Lewisham PCT

5LF

819

481

58.7

Newham PCT

5C5

647

113

17.5

Redbridge PCT

5NA

821

476

58.0

Richmond and Twickenham PCT

5M6

578

144

24.9

Southwark PCT

5LE

720

371

51.5

Sutton and Merton PCT

5M7

1,335

327

24.5

Tower Hamlets PCT

5C4

485

171

35.3

Waltham Forest PCT

5NC

692

366

52.9

Wandsworth PCT

5LG

819

202

24.7

Westminster PCT

5LC

681

133

19.5

(1)This is the number of women in the resident population less those recorded as ineligible.
Notes:
1. Coverage is best assessed using the 53-64 age group as women may be first called at any time between their 50th and 53rd birthdays.
2. The coverage of the screening programme is the proportion of women resident and eligible who have had a test with a recorded result at least once in the previous three years (excluding those ineligible, e.g. those that have had a bilateral mastectomy)
Source:
KC63 The Information Centre

Childbirth

Mr. Laws: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many and what proportion of babies were born after less than (a) 28 weeks, (b) 27 weeks, (c) 26 weeks, (d) 25 weeks, (e) 24 weeks, (f) 23 weeks and (g) 22 weeks gestation in (i) the latest period for which figures are available, (ii) 2001, (iii) 1990 and (iv) 1980; [134160]

(2) how many and what proportion of babies weighed equal to or less than (a) 2500 grams, (b) 2000 grams, (c) 1500 grams and (d) 1000 grams at birth in (i) the latest year for which figures are available, (ii) 2000, (iii) 1990 and (iv) 1980. [134161]

Mr. Ivan Lewis: Data taken from “NHS Maternity Statistics for England for 2004-05” (the most recent year for which we have data), 2000-01, and 1994-95 (the earliest year for which we have data), are set out in the tables. Each category includes all of the smaller categories.


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2004-05 2000-01 1994-95
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage

Total births

584,100

564,300

604,300

Under 22 weeks

170

0.03

190

0.03

130

0.02

Under 23 weeks

270

0.05

330

0.06

250

0.04

Under 24 weeks

510

0.09

550

0.10

460

0.07

Under 25 weeks

1,110

0.19

1,050

0.19

960

0.16

Under 26 weeks

1,610

0.28

1,550

0.27

1,460

0.24

Under 27 weeks

2,310

0.40

2,050

0.36

2,060

0.34

Under 28 weeks

3,110

0.53

2,850

0.51

2,760

0.46


2004-05 2000-01 1994-95
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage

Under l,000g

3,600

0.62

3,100

0.55

2,800

0.46

Under l,500g

7,800

1.34

6,800

1.20

6,700

1.11

Under 2,000g

15,900

2.72

14,300

2.53

14,500

2.40

Under 2,500g

42,500

7.28

39,000

6.91

39,300

6.50


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