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Basic data on live births, Slovenia, annually
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6/23/2021
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Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, T: +386 1 241 64 04, E: gp.surs@gov.si
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- Methodological explanations
MEASURES
A live-born is a child who immediately after birth showed signs of life (breathing, heartbeat, muscle twitch), even though only for a short period. Duration of pregnancy is not important.

Live-births per 1000 population is the ratio between the number of live born children in the calendar year and the same midyear population, multiplied by 1000.

Total fertility rate is the average number of live born children per one woman in reproductive age (15-49 years) in the calendar year.
It is calculated by adding all values of age-specific general fertility rates in the calendar year.

General fertility rate is the ratio between the number of live born children in the calendar year and the same midyear population of women in reproductive age (15-49 years), multiplied by 1000.

Net reproduction rate for a given year of observation is the average number of live-born girls which a generation of women in their reproductive age (15-49 years) would give birth to if their age-specific fertility and mortality rates remained equal to that in the observed year.

Mean age of mother at birth is a weighted arithmetic mean of the age of mothers at birth. We calculate it from absolute data. In calculation we take into consideration as weights the means of age classes.

An illegitimate child is a live-born or stillborn child who was given birth by an unmarried mother, a mother who lives in a cohabitant couple or a mother who was married but more than 300 days passed since the death of her husband or divorce.

A stillborn is a child who was born without signs of life (no breathing, no movement, no beating of the heart) and who at birth weighted at least 500 grams or pregnancy lasted less than 22 weeks or its body was at least 25 centimetres long. If in case of a multiple pregnancy (twins, triplets) one of the siblings was born alive, the sibling that was born dead is counted as a stillborn even if it weighed less than 500 grams.

Still births per 1000 live births is the ratio between the number of still born and number of live born children in the calendar year, multiplied by 1000.