Eliminating Childhood Lead Poisoning in New York State: 2004-2005 Surveillance Report

Table of Contents

  1. Acknowledgements
  2. Introduction
  3. Definitions
  4. Section I: Trends in Childhood Blood Lead Screening
    1. Figure 1: Percent of Children Screened At or Around Age One Year and At or Around Age Two Years; 1998 - 2002 Birth Cohorts (1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    2. Figure 2: Percent of Children Screened at Least Once by Age 24 Months and by Age 36 Months; 1998 - 2002 Birth Cohorts (1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    3. Figure 3: Number and Percent of Children Screened at Least Twice Before Age Three Years; 1998 – 2002 Birth Cohorts (1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    4. Figure 4: Number and Percent of Children Screened One or More Times Between Ages Three Years and Six Years; 1996 - 2000 Birth Cohorts (1999 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    5. Figure 5: Percent of Children Screened At or Around Age One Year and At or Around Age Two Years by Gender; 1998 – 2002 Birth Cohorts (1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    6. Table 1: Number and Percent of Children Screened for Elevated Blood Lead by Age and County of Residence; 2001 – 2002 Birth Cohorts (2001 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    7. Map 1: Percent of Children Screened At or Around Age One Year by County; 2002 Birth Cohort (2002 to 2004 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    8. Map 2: Percent of Children Screened At or Around Age Two Years by County; 2002 Birth Cohort (2003 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
    9. Map 3: Percent of Children Screened at Least Twice by Age Three Years by County; 2002 Birth Cohort (2002 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data), New York State Excluding New York City.
  5. Section II: Trends in Childhood Lead Poisoning
    1. Figure 6: Incidence of Blood Lead Levels ≥ 10 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    2. Figure 7: Incidence of Blood Lead Levels of 10 - 14 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    3. Figure 8: Incidence of Blood Lead Levels of 15 - 19 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    4. Figure 9: Incidence of Blood Lead Levels of 20 - 44 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    5. Figure 10: Incidence of Blood Lead Levels ≥ 45 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    6. Figure 11: Summary Trends in the Number of Incident Cases Among Children Under Age Six Years by Blood Lead Level Category; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    7. Figure 12: Summary Trends in Incidence Rates Among Children Under Age Six Years by Blood Lead Level Category; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    8. Figure 13: Number of Children Under Age Six Years Newly Identified with Blood Lead Levels ≥ 10 mcg/dL by Age; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    9. Figure 14: Incidence Rates of Blood Lead Levels ≥ 10 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years by Age; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    10. Figure 15: Incidence Rates of Blood Lead Levels ≥ 10 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years by Gender; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    11. Table 2a: Number of Children Under Age Six Years Newly Identified with Elevated Blood Lead Levels by Incident Blood Lead Level and County of Residence, 2004 - 2005, New York State Excluding New York City.
    12. Table 2b: Incidence Rate of Elevated Blood Lead Levels Among Children Under Age Six Years by Blood Lead Level Category and County of Residence; Three Year Average, 2003 - 2005, New York State Excluding New York City.
    13. Map 4: Number of Children Under Age Six Years Newly Identified with Blood Lead Levels ≥ 10 mcg/dL by County, 2005, New York State Excluding New York City.
    14. Map 5: Incidence Rate of Blood Lead Levels ≥ 10 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years by County; Three-Year Average Rates, 2003 - 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    15. Table 3: High Incidence ZIP Codes by County, 2005.
    16. Map 6: High Incidence ZIP Codes by County, 2005.
    17. Map 7a: High Incidence ZIP Codes, Albany County, 2005. (PDF, 264KB, 1pg.)
    18. Map 7b: High Incidence ZIP Codes, Erie County, 2005. (PDF, 281KB, 1pg.)
    19. Map 7c: High Incidence ZIP Codes, Monroe County, 2005. (PDF, 333KB, 1pg.)
    20. Map 7d: High Incidence ZIP Codes, Oneida County, 2005. (PDF, 185KB, 1pg.)
    21. Map 7e: High Incidence ZIP Codes, Onondaga County, 2005. (PDF, 283KB, 1pg.)
    22. Map 7f: High Incidence ZIP Codes, Orange County, 2005. (PDF, 252KB, 1pg.)
    23. Map 7g: High Incidence ZIP Codes, Westchester County, 2005. (PDF, 337KB, 1pg.)
    24. Figure 16: Prevalence of Blood Lead Levels ≥ 10 mcg/dL Among Children Under Age Six Years; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    25. Figure 17: Number and Percent of Children Under Age Six Years with Blood Lead Levels of 5 - 9 mcg/dL; 1998 to 2005 Blood Lead Test Data, New York State Excluding New York City.
    26. Table 4: Environmental Investigations Associated with Children with Elevated Blood Lead Levels by County, 2004, New York State Excluding New York City.
    27. Table 5: Environmental Investigations Associated with Children with Elevated Blood Lead Levels by County, 2005, New York State Excluding New York City.