Query Results for New Mexico Childhood Lead Poisoning by Single Years, Ages 0-5, Data - Number of Children Tested Before Age 6 with Elevated Blood Lead Levels Equal to 5 or Greater and Less than 10 mcg/dL
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Elevated blood lead levels are confirmed by either one elevated venous test or two elevated capillary or unknown specimen tests less than 12 weeks apart. Childhood Blood Lead Surveillance data are not randomly sampled or representative of the population. Number and percent of children tested with elevated blood lead levels cannot be interpreted as prevalence or incidence for the population.
For the complete metadata file, please see the New Mexico Annual Childhood Lead Poisoning 2015 metadata file.
- New Mexico Lead Poisoning Surveillance and Prevention Program, New Mexico Department of Health
- New Mexico Birth Certificate Database, Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, New Mexico Department of Health
These data were queried on: Sun, 21 Jul 2019 21:13:53 MDT
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