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 ages three to five not previously tested for each local health department jurisdiction. The reports also include prevalence rates and rates for children enrolled in Medicaid and WIC programs.
The Wisconsin Environmental Public Health Tracking Program webpage is a resource that allows you to query data on childhood lead poisoning in Wisconsin and other environmental and health topics.
Data Analysis/Time Trends
The data analysis/time trends section contains graphs showing the trends of (1) testing for and (2) identifying childhood lead poisoning in Wisconsin from 2001 to 2013.