Wisconsin Childhood Lead
The annual reports on
childhood lead poisoning in Wisconsin include the number of children
tested and poisoned and number of cases (level of lead in blood requires
intervention) at age one, age two, ages zero to five and for three to five
year olds not previously tested for each local health department
jurisdiction. Also includes prevalence rates and rates for children enrolled
in Medicaid and WIC programs.
online query system of blood lead
tests of children under the age of 6 to find testing and poisoning
rates statewide and by county, local health department jurisdiction and select
cities from 2002 to 2007.
The Wisconsin Environmental Public Health Tracking Program
webpage is a resource where you can query
data on childhood lead poisoning in
Wisconsin and other environmental and health topics.
Geographic Information System
Maps for each county, select cities and Wisconsin
legislative districts showing that old
housing is associated with where children have been found to be lead poisoned.
The data analysis section contains graphs of (1) the trend of
testing for and identifying childhood lead poisoning in Wisconsin from 2002 to
2009; (2) the four risk
factors that put children at highest risk for childhood lead poisoning: age
of child, age of housing, socioeconomic status, and racial and ethnic
disparities; and (3) summary performance data of health care and WIC providers'
blood lead testing practices of at-risk children.
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November 13, 2013